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posted by Paul Libbrecht at Feb 21, 2008 10:25 PM

sure… my so6 jar is a fat monster that takes all in account. Distributing this would be somewhat nice btw… to make easily binaries.

Now, I really feel it's a pity that you can't checkout. It means, thus far, that in oder to checkout a collection on our server I need to connect through X-Windows to that server, open a browser, launch a JNLP, that'll create the workspace. With the X-server on MacOSX that has severe issues (don't ask me why, it's the same for the LS-installer).

Instead, for subversion or cvs, I issue a single command-line. Why not consider implementing that?

thanks in advance


posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Feb 7, 2008 9:35 AM
I'm not sure you can create a libresource workspace from the command line. The createWorkspace command line will link the workspace to a filesystem synchronizer.

But you can update and commit any existing workspace.

The other thing is, I'm not sure that you don't need a bigger classpath. (Check the JNLP file when you create a workspace from the web)

posted by Paul Libbrecht at Feb 6, 2008 11:54 PM

I'm a bit puzzled with the So6 jar command-line interface.

I would like to checkout a queue at: ls:// but… when I use:

so6 createWorkspace `pwd` ls:// "paul-second" then so6 update -w `pwd`

all it does is create a bunch of nested directories (ls:/ whereas I'd expect the queue content.

The cli-interface suggests to use: so6 command in order to be enlightened on the cli-usage but that didn't help… it says:

createWorkspace workspacepath queuepath workspacename Exemple: so6 createWorkspace ~/foo ~/queue1 "seb loria"

but that queue name seems to be a local thingie...