The source code and public web site are available through CVS. One of the advantages of CVS access is that you can incrementally update your repository without having to retrieve the entire source distribution. The following instructions assume that you know how to use CVS, but feel free to check the CVS documentation for a refresher.
|Note: As of early February 2005, the CVS repositories are pretty much empty. They will be populated once we stabilize a first draft of the source tree. Thank you.|
Checkout the source and web site repositories
First login into the CVS server:
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/kwGrid login
You will be prompted for a password, enter kwGrid. This will provide you read-only access to the CVS repositories. If you require read/write access, contact our team to set up an account. Later on, replace anonymous with your own username on the command-line and enter your own password.
Checkout the repositories:
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/kwGrid co kwGrid cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/kwGrid co kwGridWeb
Browse the source and web site repository using CVSWeb
|Tip: If you plan to contribute to both this web site and the CVS repository, note that the CVSWeb interface can be queried to include source code directly into a page using the kw_include_file extension (kwGrid:Editing_Help#Extensions).|