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could you just email the source code 2.0 -- cvs version

 
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I have used CVS to download source code, I build the jar file with ant build.xml . I found the downloaded JForum version is 1.0-rc4 . As you said the latest version is 2.0.

and the command you gave to me is working.

For thing is simple, could you just email me the source code 2.0 ? my email is whitehorse893 #at# gmail.com

Thanks


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The cvs version is not 1.0 rc4 at all. The module "jforum" ( and not "JForum" ) at java.net has the latest version.

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Rafael ,

Thanks for your reply.

I am using WinCVS. I use this command

After I download the source code, I go to check the build.xml

You see, the version is "1.0-RC4". I am confusing this. you didn't update the build.xml or the downloaded project is an old version ? where can I find the real version number of the project ?

I really appreciate your help.



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ahh.. ignore this version number in build.xml.. As I use Eclipse to build jforum, I rarely look for ant builds

The code you get is the latest.

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