as a stab in the dark, does this have anything to do w/ needing an entry in the "modules" file in CVSROOT, or does that only matter once the commit is made and checkouts need to be performed.
either way, i'm waiting on a response :)
ok what are you trying to do ? a directory like $nukes/rss/...
in that case it is normal.
could you describe what the rss stuff does exactly ? so far rss support is in the $nukes/nukes module.
unless i'm mistaken, i thought the current rss support in nukes/nukes was just to allow the feeds to be exported. the rss module that i wrote allows feed info/links to be displayed in a block.
if displaying the feed info already exists, i'll just consider the work i did as a learning experience - but if it does not, what i do i need to do in order to get this checked into cvs (maybe it needs a better name then just rss - i'm open to suggestions).
i'd want to create a directory like this:
it is ok to do a standalone module as long as the other core module don't depend on it.
the module checkin cannot be made with adding directory under $nukes because of aliasing. the way you have to do it is first to import your module then to add an alias into the nukes project definition.
I am going to write a small document about how to do it and make it available soon, so you can use it to make your module import
the module is standalone - it depends upon the core nukes code, which is "normal".
in any case, i'll just wait for your how-to document as i haven't used aliasing all the much in cvs as of yet.
Here is the document, if something is missing or unclear, just ask and I will update it.
you missed a link, but i found it. it's on the projet page in case anyone else is interested.
the explination is good, and the the instructions look pretty simple.
how much traffic does the commit list generate? it might be a good idea to recommend that ppl subscribe to get all those messages in a daily digest instead of as the occur.
it depends, now it is pretty calm. but before a release you can have a lot of commits from Scott Stark in general :-)
I have a normal subscription and I keep everything because it is usefull to see how the project evolve