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Re: [eclipselink-users] Why is it so hard to find the source-code?

   Thank you for pointing this out.
   For the main wiki page, I understand, a direct "source downloads" link should be added for the repository address.  I"ll bring it up in the next meeting.  I think all 4 ways of getting the code should have its own section or be in the download page (SVN-committer, SVN-non-committer, src ZIP in installer ZIP and Maven)

    If you navigate "Development - Downloads" this takes you to the EclipseLink source/binaries.
   How to get the source?
   It might not be obvious that the is in the jlib directory of the download installer zip - I'll update the page when I get back online since we do not mention this.

   Currently the link to the Building page details the build and testing process for EclipseLink and has a link to prerequisites that give the SVN url.
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   However, this building page is committer specific in its checkout urls and procedures and should be expanded to include all developers with the URL you found that uses the format svn:// Instead of the committer one svn+ssh://user@eclipse/svnroot/rt/org.eclipse.persistence/trunk
- I will update this page as well.

Thank you

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From: cowwoc <cowwoc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sat, September 27, 2008 1:50 PM
To: eclipselink-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [eclipselink-users] Why is it so hard to find the source-code?

FYI: I found it through trial and error:

Please add a link off the download page.


cowwoc wrote:
> For an open-source project, this is rather amusing... I can't find a link
> to either download the source-code associated with official releases or a
> link to the repository so I can check out the code myself.
> I would expect to find a link directly off the download page. Shouldn't it
> be that easy? :)
> Thanks,
> Gili

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