Anonymous CVSOne of the prime directives of the GJT is code reuse. In the spirit of the free software, we do not wish to limit this reuse to the GJT developers. We wish to promote reuse among any and all programmers able to make use of the GJT and its resources.
Therefore, to facilitate reuse, we have made virtually every resource on the GJT available to anyone who can access it. One of the keys to making this access possible is "anonymous CVS", which allows anyone to access the source repository in a read-only mode. In this way, anyone with a CVS compatible client, such as jCVS, can access the repository, check out releases, review version histories, and produce diffs.
The only things that an anonymous CVS user can not perform are to tag files and commit changes.
Information about accessing the GJT source repository anonymously is provided online. Furthermore, for those who do not care to checkout entire packages, or only wish to view the source code for reference purposes, or wish to view a version history, or view diffs between versions of a file, the GJT is accessible using the CVSWeb interface.
All contents are licensed under the General Public License.