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We provide tarballs of the source code, you can just download a stable milestone build or a recent snapshot.
And if you want to be on the bleeding-edge of the development effort, access repository. The Harmony project uses the Subversion® version control system. If you're new to Subversion, you can check out the online book about Subversion.
Currently, we are using Subversion 1.1.x (there are separate versions of the book covering 1.0 and 1.1).
If you just want to browse the source code, you can use the ViewCVS web interface to Subversion. This is current at all times.
Anyone can check code out of Subversion repository. You only need to specify a username and password in order to update the Subversion repository, and only Harmony committers have the permissions to do that. We run Subversion over standard HTTP/HTTPS, so hopefully you won't have problems with intervening firewalls.
Again, anyone can do this. Use a command like:
svn checkout http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/harmony/enhanced/java/trunk
Any Harmony committer should have a shell account on
svn.apache.org. Before you can commit, you'll need to set a
Subversion password for yourself. To do that, log in to
svn.apache.org and run the command
Once your password is set, you can use a command like this to commit:
If Subversion can't figure out your username, you can tell it explicitly:
svn --username you commit
Subversion will prompt you for a password, and once you enter it once, it will remember it for you.
This is the password you configured with
svnpasswd, not your shell or other password.
Write-access assumes HTTPS connection,
so you may need to perform
svn switch prior to committing.