sourceforge has changed its non-developer CVS services. All people that
are not official developers of pywikipediabot, and have been using
pywikipediabot via the recommended CVS interface, will notice that they
can no longer update their sources. This is because the cvs host name
To update again, users will need to get a new, fresh copy of
pywikipediabot from the repository (so called CVSROOT) at
The advantage of the new setup is that the contents of the new server
should normally be delayed (with regard to the developers copy) by about
2 hours only. Sourceforge personnel will be working on eliminating even
that delay. The service should also be more stable.
Please post your upgrade experiences on pywikipediabot-users mail list,
so that others can learn from them.
Rob Hooft schrieb:
> To update again, users will need to get a new, fresh copy of
> pywikipediabot from the repository (so called CVSROOT) at
> :pserver:[hidden email]:/cvsroot/pywikipediabot
Depending on the CVS client used, it may also be enough to just change
the CVS host name of the repository and to synchronize as usual. But I
guess that SF can also take the additional bandwidth of everybody using
a fresh copy as suggested above without any problems.