Development Branch: This is where all new development, new features, and API changes will go.
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/var/cvs/SimGear-0.3 login CVS passwd: guest cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/var/cvs/SimGear-0.3 co source
./autogen.shThis will create the "configure" script and create all the "Makefile.in" files.
If you have problems running the ./autogen.sh script, make sure you have both automake and autoconf installed on your system and try again. Now you can run ./configure; make; make install
CVS is pretty smart, so if you have made local changes that don't conflict with any changes to the master repository, cvs should be able to merge the changes together, even when the changes have been made to the same file.
If you have made changes that do conflict with new changes to the master repository, cvs will let you know, and you can go edit the file with conflicts and resolve them.
If you contribute changes or patches, it would be great if you first make sure they are merged with the latest CVS version before submitting them.