Greetings and thanks for your reply. It has been some time since I've used CVS, and when I did, I was in a situation where I knew 'what was where'...
I logged in at Source Forge with the following CVSROOT:
Then issued the following:
cvs co -r JBoss_3_0_2 jboss
This built a tree locally, but it was a far cry from the jboss-all image I downloaded from the web site. I guess I was hoping for a 3.0.2 versioned 'jboss-all'.
Just for fun, I tried setting CVSROOT: to
But my CVS client reported 'Access Denied' when I tried to log in.
I am by no means a CVS wizard, and I am not familiar with the JBoss source tree, or how the JBoss_3_0_2 tag was implemented.
Is there a way to get what I'm after?
try cvs co -r JBoss_3_0_2 jboss-all
Thanks. I was close! Actually, I found this info on a very well done how-to at the U of Aberdeen site in the UK. I ran the command, just as you show, but there were still a few subsystems missing. Most notably catalina, jetty, and jboss.net. There was at least one other... iiop I think.
In any case, while wandering around SourceForge, I ran across this page:
Here, there is a jboss3.0.2-src.tgz that appears to be complete. Actually, it builds a jboss3.0.3SR1 release tree, but hey! close enough.
I had to add an 'all' target to catalina's build.xml to keep a 'build all' from getting interupted. After that, it appears to build fine, and the jmx-console loads up.
Forgive me if this was a peculiar request. I just wanted a solid place to start. I imagine once I start to get familiar with jboss, I'll be mixing and matching subsystem revisions without a thought...
Its just that all of the documentation I am finding (including the purchased docs from jboss.org) seem to be 3.0.x specific, so I wanted the source to match so I can follow through as I dive in.
I promise to ask more challenging questions in the future !
Thanks again for your time,
No prob. Glad you got going.