Re: Re: SpanishTutorials

Good morning gentlemen.

Thanks for the response. I'm a newbie when it comes to using CVS. After going over some of the documentation 
I tried checking out the module using the example provide(something like this):

bash-2.03$ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous cvs sourceforge net:/cvsroot/gtk2-perl checkout gtk2-perl-tutorial
cvs [checkout aborted]: unrecognized auth response from M 
PserverBackend::PserverBackend() Connect (Connection refused)

but I keep getting "(Connection refused)".

I also tried browsing the webCVS(Browse CVS) thingy but I get
"Bad Gateway". 

Is there something I'm not aware of or do i need to go an read the CVS how to again :-)


Glenn Pringle

On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 Emmanuele Bassi wrote :
On 12 Aug 2004 18:05:10 -0000, Glenn Pringle <crazyhat rediffmail com> wrote:


I noticed that there is no Spanish tutorial on the documentation section. I would like to work on the the 
Spanish tutorial if hasn't been started or help out whoever is currently doing it.

I'm glad to hear that... Writing documentation, and localizing it, helps a lot.

Please advice me on what steps I need to take in order to get started.

The GTK2-Perl tutorial is in CVS, and the name of the module is
"gtk2-perl-tutorial". Once you've got a CVS snapshot on your box, you
should read the Style and Style.docbook files, if you want to add
something to the english version of the tutorial, or to create a
localized version in your language of choice. The format is DocBook
XML 4.1, and the format conversion is done using XSLT - kindly
provided by James Curbo.

If you have any other question, just mail on the list.


It is against the grain of modern education to teach children to program.
What fun is there in making plans, acquiring discipline in organizing
thoughts, devoting attention to detail, and learning to be self-critical?
                -- Alan Perlis

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