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In order to get the Acceleo source code, you can use CVS with the following configuration:
 
In order to get the Acceleo source code, you can use CVS with the following configuration:
- host: dev.eclipse.org
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* host: dev.eclipse.org
- repository path: /cvsroot/modeling/
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* repository path: /cvsroot/modeling/
 
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* login: anonymous
-login: anonymous
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* password : <leave empty>
-password : <leave empty>
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Then, navigate to the "org.eclipse.m2t" category and select "org.eclipse.acceleo", here you can get the source code in the "plugins" folder.
 
Then, navigate to the "org.eclipse.m2t" category and select "org.eclipse.acceleo", here you can get the source code in the "plugins" folder.

Revision as of 03:25, 20 January 2011

Checking out the Acceleo source code

In order to get the Acceleo source code, you can use CVS with the following configuration:

  • host: dev.eclipse.org
  • repository path: /cvsroot/modeling/
  • login: anonymous
  • password : <leave empty>

Then, navigate to the "org.eclipse.m2t" category and select "org.eclipse.acceleo", here you can get the source code in the "plugins" folder.

The Acceleo repository.



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