Salut Frédéric, It provides the full source tree from the SVN repository. The script runs an "svn update" in the tree every 24h and packages everything up. I have limited experience with SVN, so am unsure as to what difference using checkout or export would provide - if you have any reccomendations I'd certainly be open to them! You can see the archives here: http://justkez.com/typo - the server is in the US, hence the differences between archive date stamp and Apache date stamp. I should probably correct this. Cheers.
on 2006-05-16 11:42
on 2006-05-16 11:45
Kester Dobson a Ã©crit : > in the US, hence the differences between archive date stamp and Apache > date stamp. I should probably correct this. > > Cheers. > svn update provides a svn working tree you can develop on, commit, update... svn export provides the source and only the source without those .cvs things, as on any normal release. That's the main difference : the first one is made to contribute and code, the other one to use.
on 2006-05-16 11:51
Ah, okay - thank you. I will update the process tonight to run an SVN export instead of update. Thanks for the tip!