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jancarel
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The download package does not contain the source(s). Is it possible to make the sources including the demo's, available as zip file?

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rbair
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I've put the source files from CVS (downloaded today) on the following project site as a Zip file:

https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=66752

jancarel
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Thanks, very helpful. Downloaded ok.

rbair
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No prob. I'm thinking of doing it weekly until the JDNC project has its own build process down. Unless there's anything I can do to help get the JDNC build weekly. Mark? Amy?

rbair
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If you want I can post a temporary version on my sourceforge project site

jancarel
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Hi, yes that would be helpful. Please pass the link when you're ready.

jancarel
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Hello Amy,
Thanks for your reply; the reason I asked is because I can't get CVS working properly on some sites due to a mysterious glitch om my computer or network and have wasted enough time trying to fix this without success.
In general it could be helpful to a few developers if the source and javadoc could be made available on the files page as a download per release.

Mark Davidson
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> Hello Amy,
> Thanks for your reply; the reason I asked is because
> I can't get CVS working properly on some sites due to
> a mysterious glitch om my computer or network and
> have wasted enough time trying to fix this without
> success.

Perhaps there are firewall issues? We can't get access to the dev.java.net cvs respository while working within the Sun intranet wihtout going through a proxy tunnel. On the internet, the cvs instructions work as advertised. I'm also using an ssh connection to the repository while on the internet to secure my transactions.

> In general it could be helpful to a few developers if
> the source and javadoc could be made available on the
> files page as a download per release.

Unfortunately, the source bundles must be made available under some sort of release model and will not be as up to date as the cvs repository. Pehaps when we figure out how to do nightly/weekly builds and automatically publish to java.net then we can provide the sources.

jancarel
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Dear Mark,
It's probably the firewall, but I don't really want to spend any more time trying to debug..

I appreciate you can't provide the latest CVS state, but a zip of the latest release (in your case 0.5) would be helpful. As for example the JDIC document and file download page.

Amy Fowler

You should be able to access the sources via CVS by clicking
on the "Version Control" link in the sidebar of the main project page.

Aim

jdnc-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:
> The download package does not contain the source(s). Is it possible to make the sources including the demo's, available as zip file?
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> [Message sent by forum member 'JanCarel' (Jan van der Valk)]

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