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Installing Cwm

Under Debian

Under debian, just do on the command line:

     apt-get install swap-cwm


You can do all this under MSWindows but the easiest thing is to install cygwin (a unix-like environment for Windows) and run everything in there.


The python source files are available as a compressed tar file

Get that, unwrap it in some suitable directory.

Set up an alias (.bat file, etc) to make the cwm command. In bash this is:

cwm="python /whereverYouPutThem/cwm.py"

You should be all set.


This swap code is not guaranteed but is open source and available if you want to play.

Using CVS
from the public w3c CVS repository. Check out the whole tree to develop. This includes the test data - if you don't need that, delete the test subdirectory. Make a fresh directory where you want to put stuff from dev.w3.org.
$ cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@dev.w3.org:/sources/public login
password? anonymous
$ cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@dev.w3.org:/sources/public get 2000/10/swap
From the web
Get the files one by one. cwm.py is the main application file. You can browse the source files on the web, but this is not a practical way to install the system.

Tim BL, with his director hat off
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