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How to check out Mojarra 1.2.12

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javaone9
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I found a bug and need to check out mojarra 1.2.12, make some changes and rebuild.

I am using SVN. but for mojarra 1.2, cvs is used.

cvs.exe -d :pserver:[java.net userid]@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs checkout javaserverfaces-sources/[modulename]

what is the module name for mojarra 1.2.12?

Thanks for help. Please create a tag for mojarra 1.2.12 in SVN, it would be easier for svn users.

Thanks,
Dave

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Ed Burns

>>>>> On Fri, 22 May 2009 09:12:40 -0700 (PDT), webtier@javadesktop.org said:

>> I found a bug and need to check out mojarra 1.2.12, make some changes and rebuild.
>>
>> I am using SVN. but for mojarra 1.2, cvs is used.
>>
>> cvs.exe -d :pserver:[java.net userid]@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs checkout javaserverfaces-sources/[modulename]
>>
>> what is the module name for mojarra 1.2.12?

You've got it right on. The module name is javaserver-faces-sources and
the cvs tag is JSF_1_2_12_B10

So you'd say

cvs.exe -d :pserver:[java.net userid]@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs checkout -r JSF_1_2_12_B01 javaserverfaces-sources

>> Thanks for help. Please create a tag for mojarra 1.2.12 in SVN, it
>> would be easier for svn users.

Yes, it would, but we'd need to see a lot more users that need it for it
to be worth spending time on such an exercise.

Ed

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gena777
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>>>> Thanks for help. Please create a tag for mojarra 1.2.12 in SVN, it
>>>> would be easier for svn users.

>>Yes, it would, but we'd need to see a lot more users that need it for it
>>to be worth spending time on such an exercise.
Hi Ed,

i think, you have spent more time to write this post as you would need to spend for moving this CVS oldy to SVN.

Gena

Jim Driscoll

Check out the branch:

Tag: JSF_1_2X_ROLLING

That should get you the latest version.

You can find this information and more at:

http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/Wiki.jsp?page=JavaServerFacesRI

Jim

On 5/16/09 12:07 PM, webtier@javadesktop.org wrote:
> I found a bug and need to check out mojarra 1.2.12, make some changes and rebuild.
>
> I am using SVN. but for mojarra 1.2, cvs is used.
>
> cvs.exe -d :pserver:[java.net userid]@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs checkout javaserverfaces-sources/[modulename]
>
> what is the module name for mojarra 1.2.12?
>
> Thanks for help. Please create a tag for mojarra 1.2.12 in SVN, it would be easier for svn users.
>
> Thanks,
> Dave
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