Accessing the MirOS source by CVSweb

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Accessing the MirOS source by CVSweb

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Short introduction into CVSweb

CVSweb is a front-end for the CVS and RCS utilities which allows for easy read-only access to a CVS repository tree by means of any web browser. You can browse directories, retrieve content and log messages of any files, even deleted ones; skim through the history and read diffs between different revisions of files.

If you would like to know more about CVSweb, the best thing is probably to learn about CVS yourself, and use Google for more information on CVSweb. Feel free to contact the MirOS developers if you have got additional questions.

Accessing CVSweb

The main entry point into MirOS CVSweb usually redirects you to a working mirror. For fun, try the CVSweb on the various listed mirrors.


Stuff not available via the CVSweb interface

ChangeLog files

If you would like to read the ChangeLog files which are automatically generated by MirOS CVS, each about 720 KiB, look into this directory.

If you would like to read these for ocvs, the first ten about 10 Mebibytes in size, the others about 2 MiB, please use this directory.

Tarballs of CVS subtrees

In contrast to other operating systems' CVSweb, we cannot currently provide tarballs. Usage of anonCVS (if working) or anonRSYNC is recommended.

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