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LHCb Core Software Meeting Date and Location 02 Mar 2011 10:30 11:15 CERN (2 R 030) Attendees Gloria, Hubert, Illya, Joel, Karol, Marco Ca., Marco Cl. (minutes...
Instructions for creating a new Package in SVN Video example (for the text below) Example recorded for creating the new package RawEventFormat to sit in DBASE, using...
Quick reference for CVS users moving to SVN The LHCb code is kept in a http://svn.web.cern.ch/svn/ repository (currently being migrated from CVS). For instructions...
This page is obsolete, LHCb uses the Subversion (SVN) code repository, see SVNUsageGuidelines. If you reached this page following a link, please report it so that...
The version control system is gaining more and more momentum also in the HEP community. For small/medium projects that do not fit in the regular LHCb develompent infrastructure...
HLT Developers Checklist LHCb code development is fully described in SVNUsageGuidelines. You must be familiar with the guidelines laid out there, for which this page...
How to Migrate a CVS Check Out to Subversion During the migration from CVS to Subversion, it may happen that you discover that the package you were working on has...
ParasNaik 2014 10 24 AnatolySolomin 2009 07 16 RICH mirror alignment monitoring via software by the use of real data (Online, in real time) Introduction History...
Building LHCb Software on OS X Introduction This is a short guide to building the LHCb software stack on OS X. For the moment this means OS X 10.5 (Leopard). OS X...
LHCb Software Training: Basics This hands on tutorial should be followed by all newcomers to the LHCb software environment. It covers the following topics: Prerequisites...
LHCb With Eclipse: Basics This hands on tutorial should be followed by all newcomers to the LHCb software environment. It covers the following topics: Prerequisites...
This is obsolete SVN will be retired. This is the old documentation. Refer this page instead. https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/pub/LHCb/OldLHCbDocs/LHCbDocs.jpg Using...
Preparing a software project for release BEWARE: the procedures described here apply only to projects maintained in SVN. If you wish to release a project maintained...
Stripping coordinator`s cheatsheet What is an rDST When data is collected from the LHCb detector, the raw data will be transferred to the LHCb associated Tier 1 sites...
LHCb Stripping FAQ Which DaVinci version tags to use? For the vast majority of user analysis (making ntuples from stripping output, etc), you should use the latest...
When I try to commit, I get the message: Cannot modify files in tag directories I know that I should have the rights to commit, but when I issue the command svn...
Instructions for Subversion librarians This page is intended for Subversion librarians (currently Hubert Degaudenzi, Marco Clemencic, Joel Closier, Marco Cattaneo...
Code Archaeology, What changed between different versions? When looking to see what`s changed, it is often a very difficult task. It`s not really possible for the...
Current LHCb SVN Usage model, and common mistakes: Herein is documented the typical actions of users of the LHCB SVN reopsitory which should be supported by core...
Test Driven Development in LHCb Test Driven Development (tdd) is a software development process that relies on the repetition of a very short development cycle, based...
TWeeder info for LHCb Total Number of topics: 2912 29 Topics updated during the last 7 days Days Web Topic Date S7 LHCb RichTestBeamMiniDaq...
Apr 2006 12971 113 2 2096 WebRss 315 RareDecays 299 LHCbComputing 274 Production 263 LHCbTaskForce 261 DiracProject 224 ComputingModel...
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