svn co http://svn.tracos.org/cheesecakeI'll put the code up on SourceForge too at some point, but it seems to me that the Trac-based Wiki is much more "agile" than the SourceForge interface, so I'll make TracOS the primary home for my project.
Thursday, November 17, 2005
Cheesecake project update
Micah Elliott graciously offered to host my Cheesecake project at his TracOS site, a Trac-based Wiki that hosts a collection of Open Source projects. Check out the brand new Cheesecake home page and let me know what you think. I haven't had time to properly package my code (which is kind of ironic, considering that checking packages for their 'goodness' is after all the goal of the Cheesecake project), but you can grab the source code via subversion:
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