[Serusers] Distributing "OSP enable SER" binary file w/ source code

Jan Janak jan at iptel.org
Fri Aug 12 20:35:00 CEST 2005

On 12-08-2005 18:18, vmathur at transnexus.com wrote:
> Hi Jan,
> The code has been written as a SER module. The details of the code are available at:
> http://developer.berlios.de/projects/osp-module
> Right now the process of compilation requires that you download the OSP toolkit source code and complie it. This would build the OSP client library that the SER would use. You should then download the SER and the OSP modules and build them. The process is rather lengthy and we were wondering if we come up with an easier way of doing this.
> What exactly is the experimental branch in CVS ?

  SER CVS repository contains experimental directory. This is the
  directory where anyone can put their contribution. It stays there for
  a while and if it proves to be useful and supported by the author then
  we move it to the main source tree, giving the author write access to
  the main tree.


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