I show You here (with screenshots) How to access Joomla Forge CVS system using the standard Eclipse CVS client.

Click Read more !

Go to the perspective CVS Repository Exploring
New Repository LocationAdd a new repository location (the screenshots show a workspace I am using with all repositories already defined...)
add CVS repositoryEnter the following informations:
  • Host is scm.joomla.org
  • Repository path is /cvsroot/com_akocommentplus
  • Enter your user login (create one if needed here)
  • Enter your Password
  • Connection type should be extssh
Click on button Finish
check out HEAD from Joomla ForgeYoure done, you can now checkout the HEAD

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