To check out things from the repository you will need a Fermilab services account and a Fermilab kerberos account:
If you don't have them, go to [[http://computing.fnal.gov/xms/Services/Getting_Started/Introduction_to_Computing_at_Fermilab]] and follow directions.
Once you have an account, go to [[https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine]], register (button in upper right corner), and/or sign in to redmine.
Once you are able to sign into redmine, send Geoffrey Mills (email@example.com) or Alysia Marino (Alysia.Marino@colorado.edu) a message that you would like access to the repository and he/she can add you to the list. Once authenticated:
-To view the contents:
click on the "Repository tab":[[https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine/projects/lbne-muon-soft-beam/repository]]
-To check out the complete contents on Unix or MacOS:
kinit <username>@FNAL.GOV git clone ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/cvs/projects/lbne-muon-soft-beam
G. Mills September 11, 2012
Some web page that explains how to setup and use git repositories on redmine:
There is also a great (and free for us non-commercial efforts) git GUI interface for Mac's, PC's and Unix boxes:
For information on using g4numi, see
It was imported to this repository as follows (IN BASH SHELL):
git clone ssh://email@example.com/cvs/projects/lbne-muon-soft-beam
export CVS_RSH CVSROOT
git cvsimport numisoft/g4numi -C g4numi
cp -rp ../../g4numi/* .
git add .
git commit -m "added g4numi directory"
This was imported as follows:
git cvsimport -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/projects/lbne-beamsim g4lbne -C g4lbne
cp -rp ../../g4lbne/* .
git add .
git commit -m "added g4lbne directory"