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Talk to the people using libraries in Orbit.
Talk to the people working on Orbit.
Discover the current bugs and issues in Orbit. Note that a large amount of the activity goes on in Bugzilla. Configure your Bugzilla account email preferences to watch the one of the Orbit inbox users (e.g., email@example.com) to monitor bug activity.
The Orbit packages (class files, and MANIFEST.MF files we create) are
hosted in the Tools project CVS repository and is available via direct CVS
access, under the
For direct read access, use anonymous login to the CVS repo:
The Orbit work goes on in the org.eclipse.orbit in folders appropriate for the work being done. Please note that in general the code for a particular version of a library is held in a branch of the related project. This is done to accommodate multiple versions of the code library. You should ensure that you check out the correct branch for your needs.
You can use Eclipse to check out the whole site and then edit and commit. Remember your changes will take a minute or so to be reflected in the real site.
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