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This page will contain notes about Dinis Cruz work on ORG
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Notes about Dinis Cruz work on [[ORG (Owasp Report Generator)]]
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== Change Log on CVS Files ==
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* note: in the current version one needs to copy the contents of the VulnReport_Files to the ..\Application (Exe)\v0.83
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* Mike has added the Altova component to the CVS (11Mb :) ) but it works :)
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== Configuring CVS access using tortoise CVS behind a proxy (to be added to project documentation) ==
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NOTE: This is now out of date since we use Google's code SubVersion, which is much easier to use and setup
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These are the steps you need to take:
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* Install the latest version of Tortoise CVS (from http://www.tortoisecvs.org/)
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* Create a connection using Putty to your proxy with the following tunnel:
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** Source port: 22
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** Destination: 66.35.250.83:22
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* try SSHing into 127.0.0.1:22 you should get a ssh login priompt (after accepting sourceforge ssh fingerprint)
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* on the place where you want the project to be located, click on CVS Checkout and use these settings:
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** Protocol: Secure Shell(:ssh:)
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** Server: 127.0.0.1
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** Repository folder: /cvsroot/owasp
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** User name: {username}:{password}  (only use this for testing , once it is working see this for details on how to use ssh keys http://blogs.sun.com/alanbur/entry/using_netbeans_with_sourceforge)
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** Module: dotnet/ReportGenerator
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* click on 'Fetch List' to test connections (you should get no errors)

Latest revision as of 05:49, 23 November 2006

Notes about Dinis Cruz work on ORG (Owasp Report Generator)


Change Log on CVS Files

  • note: in the current version one needs to copy the contents of the VulnReport_Files to the ..\Application (Exe)\v0.83
  • Mike has added the Altova component to the CVS (11Mb :) ) but it works :)

Configuring CVS access using tortoise CVS behind a proxy (to be added to project documentation)

NOTE: This is now out of date since we use Google's code SubVersion, which is much easier to use and setup

These are the steps you need to take:

  • Install the latest version of Tortoise CVS (from http://www.tortoisecvs.org/)
  • Create a connection using Putty to your proxy with the following tunnel:
    • Source port: 22
    • Destination: 66.35.250.83:22
  • try SSHing into 127.0.0.1:22 you should get a ssh login priompt (after accepting sourceforge ssh fingerprint)
  • on the place where you want the project to be located, click on CVS Checkout and use these settings:
  • click on 'Fetch List' to test connections (you should get no errors)