[llvm-commits] [llvm] r44524 - /llvm/trunk/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html

Chris Lattner sabre at nondot.org
Sun Dec 2 16:36:20 PST 2007

Author: lattner
Date: Sun Dec  2 18:36:20 2007
New Revision: 44524

URL: http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project?rev=44524&view=rev
explain what I need to grant commit access.


Modified: llvm/trunk/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html
URL: http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project/llvm/trunk/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html?rev=44524&r1=44523&r2=44524&view=diff

--- llvm/trunk/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html (original)
+++ llvm/trunk/docs/DeveloperPolicy.html Sun Dec  2 18:36:20 2007
@@ -227,10 +227,32 @@
 We grant commit access to contributors with a track record of submitting high
-quality patches.  If you would like commit access, please send an email to the 
-<a href="mailto:llvm-oversight at cs.uiuc.edu">LLVM oversight group</a>.</p>
+quality patches.  If you would like commit access, please send an email to  
+<a href="mailto:sabre at nondot.org">Chris</a> with the following information:</p>
+  <li>The user name you want to commit with, e.g. "sabre".</li>
+  <li>The full name and email address you want message to llvm-commits to come
+      from, e.g. "Chris Lattner <sabre at nondot.org>".</li>
+  <li>A "password hash" of the password you want to use, e.g. "2ACR96qjUqsyM".  
+      Note that you don't ever tell us what your password is, you just give it
+      to us in an encrypted form.  To get this, run "htpasswd" (a utility that
+      comes with apache) in crypt mode (often enabled with "-d"), or find a web
+      page that will do it for you.</li>
+<p>Once you've been granted commit access, you should be able to check out an
+   LLVM tree with an SVN URL of "https://username@llvm.org/..." instead of the
+   normal anonymous URL of "http://llvm.org/...".  The first time you commit
+   you'll have to type in your password.  Note that you may get a warning from
+   SVN about an untrusted key, you can ignore this.  To verify that your commit
+   access works, please do a test commit (e.g. change a comment or add a blank
+   line).  Your first commit to a repository may require the autogenerated email
+   to be approved by a mailing list.  This is normal, and will be done when
+   the mailing list owner has time.</p>
 <p>If you have recently been granted commit access, these policies apply:</p>
   <li>You are granted <i>commit-after-approval</i> to all parts of LLVM.
   To get approval, submit a <a href="#patches">patch</a> to

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