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Web site commits now work (although no page updates yet)

Item posted by Bradley M. Kuhn <bkuhn> on Tue Dec 30 23:11:59 2003.

If you have a website area attached to your project, you can now again do
checkouts and commits to your web pages. To do this, you can use the
following CVSROOT:

USER@savannah.gnu.org:/webcvs/PROJECT

Please note that the website itself will not yet be updated when you
commit changes. We will finish that work tomorrow (we hope) so that your
updates can be seen on the actual website. We are rolling this solution
out in stages so that you can at least update your files with any backlog
of changes and they can be correct the instant we make the updating of web
pages work.

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