E01-011 CVS Repository (obsolete)
Experiment E01-011 (HKS) employed a CVS repository for version control of analysis code (ENGINE). On xx May 2009, the content of the repository was moved into a Subversion repository.
How to checkout the legacy E01-011 analyzer from CVS
Unless you're a historian, you should not do this. You will get an outdated analyzer
On 31 May 2009, the most current version was tagged Release-Lulin-2006_11_16. The date 11/16/2006 reflects the last time a change has been committed to the repository. This is the version that has been used to create the spectra released in October 2008. It can be checked out from the CVS repository as follows:
setenv CVSROOT /group/hks/e01011soft cvs checkout -r Release-Lulin-2006_11_16 e01011src cvs checkout -r Release-Lulin-2006_11_16 e01011-replay
You might want to do this from inside a dedicated directory.
For reference, here are the general instructions
Set the environment variable CVSROOT in your .cshrc or login file: If you're working on one of the Jlab CUE machines, the following should do:
setenv CVSROOT /group/hks/e01011soft
If you're working from offsite or a computer that does not mount /group, the do
setenv CVSROOT <yourname>@cvs.jlab.org:/group/hks/e01011soft
If required, set one more thing,
setenv CVS_RSH ssh
Before checking out CVS, make sure you are one of members of c-hks group in /w/work1801/hks. If you can create any directory, it is ok. If not, ask Steve to add your username on c-hks group.
Make your analysis directory. For example, assume the name is $ana$. Go to $ana$ directory. Then,
cvs checkout e01011src cvs checkout e01011-replay
Then, source code directory and replay directory is created.
Go to e01011src directory, edit Makefile.in to change $OFFLINE$ in the 1st line. If your code is in /work/hallc/hks/$<$yourname$>$/ana/e01011src, then change it to
Then, go to your e01011-replay directory. Go to SRC. There is no more $OFFLINE$ parameter in Makefile. Make sure INCLUDE and LIB are used for compilation in SRC.
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