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From "Diethelm Guallar, Gonzalo" <>
Subject RE: Installing Cocoon2
Date Wed, 26 Jul 2000 22:21:22 GMT
I'm sitting behind a fscking MS proxy server, where all
"weird" (from the MS-oriented sysadmin's point of view)
ports are blocked. Would it be possible for anybody to
make snapshots of Cocoon2 available for FTP or HTTP

BTW, I thought that by downloading xml-cocoon_20000726161430
I was getting Cocoon2, but of course it is 1.8-dev...


Gonzalo A. Diethelm
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Randal Walser []
> Sent: Monday, July 10, 2000 12:51 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Installing Cocoon2
> At 10:05 AM 7/9/00 -0700, you wrote:
>  >How can I download, build and Installa cocoon 2?
>  >
>  >Where is it?
>  >
>  >I do not understand when in the page said:
>  >cvs checkout -r xml-cocoon2 xml-cocoon
> The page you looked at doesn't give you the whole story.  Also take a
> look at, where you will find 
> instructions
> for checking out source from the CVS repository.
> The long and short of it is that you need to execute this command (all
> on one line):
> cvs -d checkout -r 
> xml-cocoon2 xml-cocoon
> This will download the cocoon2 branch from the xml-apache pserver and
> place it in a directory named xml-cocoon.
> If you don't already have cvs, visit  
> There you'll
> find the latest cvs distributions and a number of useful docs 
> and links
> about cvs.
> The rest should be a simple matter of executing the appropriate build
> script included with the cocoon2 revision you check out.  I'm in the
> process of installing cocoon2 for the first time myself, so the rest
> may not actually be as simple as I imagine it should be.  We'll see.
> Randal
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