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The only issue I see with Google Code is that we can’t get an RSS feed of the commits, at least I haven’t found one.
Ooh, I have a new slogan: Joyent, we’ve changed focus
You can get an RSS feed here: http://groups.google.com/group/txp-svn/feeds
Thanks Ruud, though I would like to be able to include the feed at Textpattern Planet, like I did with the trac feed. Need to see how to authenticate SimplePie so it can read the feed, since only Google members are allowed in.
Just one minor point – in the blogpost it says you can do an SVN checkout using “http://textpattern-cms.googlecode.com/svn/development/4.0 dev” which doesn’t work. You need to remove the “ dev” bit on the end or make it plainer that this isn’t meant to be part of the URL.
Last edited by thebombsite (2008-04-09 18:56:17)
It does work. If the space was part of the URL, it would’ve been shown as URL-encoded or at the very least, the URL would have to be quoted.
Last edited by ruud (2008-04-09 19:09:58)
Well my little Tortoise tells me it doesn’t exist with the dev bit on the end. It works fine with “http://textpattern-cms.googlecode.com/svn/development/4.0”. Or am I misunderstanding what you are saying?
You’re misunderstanding. The examples at Google Code show how to checkout to a specific directory. That’s that part that follows the URL (dev, crockery, stable). Those examples work fine on the command line. I think in Tortoise, you have to put that last part in the “checkout directory” input field.
I think in Tortoise, you have to put that last part in the “checkout directory” input field.
Yes, that’s correct. The example is for commandline SVN, and the space indicates the URL has ended, and what follows is what you want the directory to be named. Typically with TortoiseSVN I’ve already created the folder, right-clicked on it and chosen “Checkout”, so the folder name is already what I want it to be.
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