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Using the subversion repository

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  • Once you get the email from mdawaffe about your plugin directory URL, then you need to head over to this page and download a client to connect to the system:

    http://subversion.tigris.org/project_packages.html

    For Windows, I actually picked one like TortoiseSVN as it is graphical, but it is up to you.

    Each program has it’s own way to work, but I found a graphical tutorial on the web for reference. Just do a search for your client name that you are using. It works great!

    In terms of what to upload and in what folders of your directory after you are asked to login, check out:

    http://bbpress.org/plugins/add/info.php

    Hope that gives you a start!

    Trent


    Geezerjim
    Participant

    @actorjiml

    I downloaded Tortise and it worked just fine. Now I have to get familiar with another bit of software. lol.

    Saw you posted your plugin quite awhile ago! Seems my post was there for others more than you! Glad you figured it out!

    Trent


    Geezerjim
    Participant

    @actorjiml

    It took me a lot of searching and reading to find out what I needed. Then I only messed up the directory structure a little bit. (uploading to tag instead of tags). Thanks for the help and the encouragement.

    As a note to others as well, make sure you READ the documentation for this! If you don’t run your plugins through the readme validator and correct all the errors, the plugin will not show up correctly. As well, the plugin code must be in the same format for system to create post in plugin page with the right name, author, version, etc.

    If you do make a mistake, upload a new one and the system will automatically change when it runs the script again (every hour or 2).

    Hope that helps out as well.

    Trent

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