Source Code Control
The following is a link to the online source repository.
To obtain a copy of the current git “HEAD”, use the “git clone” command
$ git clone https://github.com/JikesRVM/JikesRVM.git jikesrvm
or fork the repository on GitHub.
Committers should clone the repository via SSH, using
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:JikesRVM/JikesRVM.git jikesrvm
Access through a proxy
TODO this section needs to be rewritten for Git. Please help.
To commit changes to the repository, execute the following command to commit your changes.
$ git commit -m “A message”
Unlike Subversion, this only creates a local copy of the changes. To push this back to the public repository,
$ git push
which uses your GitHub SSH key for authentication.
Please write a commit message that describes the purpose of the change. If you are committing code to fix a JIRA issue please include the identifier (i.e. RVM-53) in the commit message. If you are committing code supplied by another individual please indicate the individual.
Please keep commits as focused as possible. Separate out functional and non functional changes into separate commits. (i.e. Code formatting changes should appear in different commits from feature modification commits.)
The historical Subversion repository can be browsed via the Sourceforge web fronted. Note that the repository has a non-standard structure:
- the code is under rvmroot
- vendor contains code for tuningforkvp
- admin contains scripts that were used in the past
- cattrack contains code for a web application to track test results that Jikes RVM used in the past
The code from the Subversion repository (except for the admin scripts) is mirrored at GitHub. Look for the repositories whose name starts with mirror-historical-svn.