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 Topic: Transition from CVS to SVN
Transition from CVS to SVN [message #1821] Mon, 03 August 2009 05:04
Messages: 106
Registered: August 2006
Dear ilcsoft developers,

An email was sent to the mailing list but it seems that many people are not registered in this mailing list, so here is a copy of the message:

Due to the LOI we were forced to delay the long announced migration of our cvs repository to the new subversion system (

Now that the LOI is over and things have calmed down a bit, we would like to take the first week of August for doing the transition.

The cvs projects in question are:
gear, lccd, ilctools, marlin, marlinreco and eutelescope

Please try to commit local pending changes from any of this projects so they automatically get synchronized to svn.

You can find documentation about the new system on:

+ 2 useful liks to get started with svn:
CVS to SVN Crossover Guide
Version Control with Subversion

 Topic: EUDET Telescope forum created
EUDET Telescope forum created [message #667] Wed, 31 January 2007 09:42
Messages: 138
Registered: January 2004

A new "EUDET Telescope" forum has been created under the "Analysis and reconstruction" category. This will be used for discussions about EUDET pixel beam telescope -- mainly analysis software and DAQ issues.
 Topic: Detector Simulation & Reconstruction workshop Jan. 9-11, 2006
Detector Simulation & Reconstruction workshop Jan. 9-11, 2006 [message #368] Thu, 13 October 2005 10:55
Messages: 80
Registered: January 2004
The ALCPG Simulation and Reconstruction group will
hold a workshop hosted by the University of Colorado
in Boulder, January 9-11, 2006. Details will become
available at the following URL:

Please mark your calendars.
For the organizing committee,
Norman Graf
 Topic: LCIO v01-03 released
LCIO v01-03 released [message #141] Fri, 24 September 2004 10:14
Messages: 233
Registered: January 2004
Location: DESY, Hamburg
A new release of LCIO v01-03 is available.

Please check for details.

 Topic: Announcing WIRED 4 Version 4.0.beta.1
Announcing WIRED 4 Version 4.0.beta.1 [message #138] Thu, 09 September 2004 15:10
Messages: 2
Registered: January 2004
WIRED 4 (beta1)

A first release (beta1) is available of WIRED 4.

WIRED 4 is a generic event display framework.

This release includes many features supported in WIRED 3
as well as several new features and improvements:

- easier interactivity when zooming, scaling or translating
- better user feedback while interacting with the plots
- improved picking mode
- drag and drop of datafiles
- improved output formats and copy-paste

WIRED 4 runs inside JAS 3 and can, with the help of other plugin
modules, read data from:

- HepRep1 and HepRep2 XML files
- BaBar's CORBA servers (HepRep1)
- GLAST's HepRep2 XML files and GAUDI CORBA servers
- LCIO data files
- Geant4 HepRep1 and HepRep2 output

WIRED 4's website is at:

A user manual, describing installation and usage, is available at:

If you already have JAS 3 installed, you can install WIRED 4 directly from the
plugin manager.

The 4.0 release is planned for the middle of october. This beta release is
meant for users to give us feedback.

A discussion forum for WIRED 4 exists at:

and a bug database is available at:

The JAS 3 and WIRED 4 team
Mark Donszelmann, Tony Johnson, Max Turri and Victor Serbo

sent to:
- Geant4-visualization
- BaBar Graphics
- Linear Collider forum
- WIRED Announce forum

Announcing WIRED 4 Version 4.0.beta.1
 Topic: new URL for LCIO homepage
icon4.gif  new URL for LCIO homepage [message #20] Tue, 17 February 2004 06:57
Messages: 233
Registered: January 2004
Location: DESY, Hamburg
The LCIO homepage is now (also) visible under the new URL:

 Topic: New URL
New URL [message #9] Thu, 22 January 2004 21:15
Messages: 80
Registered: January 2004
We're now live at!

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