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From "Jeff Mutonho" <ejbeng...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Ladies and Gents...does Continuum actually work?
Date Tue, 04 Jul 2006 14:33:42 GMT
On 7/4/06, Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> wrote:
>
>
> Jeff Mutonho a écrit :
> >> Perhaps your scm url
> >> (scm:cvs:pserver:mutonj:mutonj@165.148.216.14:/var/lib/cvsroot:dev )
> >> is wrong.
> >> Are you sure it isn't
> >> scm:cvs:pserver:mutonj:mutonj@165.148.216.14:/var/lib/cvsroot:dev/MyCompanyPortal
> >> ?
> >
> > Yes I'm sure , because the correct modules are checked out.The
> > checking out is working
>
> it can work too with a wrong url like if you use the parent directory of your project
instead of the
> project directory. Do you have your root project undre "50" directory?
>
> How many projects do you have in continuum? normally one by module + one for the root
project.
>
> >
> >>
> >> Continuum is an open source project. If you consider the documentation
> >> is poor, you can >contribute  to it and provide some patches.
> >
> > With all due respect ,this is a famous response :) .One can only
> > contribute once you have an understanding of what's going on and how
> > something works.Without that understanding ,you cannot contribute.In
> > any case , a project being an open source one , does not necessarily
> > mean it should have poor documentation(think Hibernate , Spring and
> > their success).The reasons for joining the mailing is to try and get
> > the understanding :)
> >
>
> I'm agree that we need to add more documentation, screenshots... that help users, but
I'm generally
> not happy with users that ask for help, we explain to us how to resolve their pb and
they promise a
> patch for the doc without to send it.
>
>

Point taken :)

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