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Drupal.org: Installing using CVS repository

[external] Submitted on 11 January, 2010 - 22:38
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Development of the Drupal codebase is fairly quick, with a new release every six months or so. To help keep up with the pace of Drupal, using the CVS repository can be beneficial. This allows you to use the CVS command "cvs update" to download the current bug fixes and improvements.

To have the cvs functionality available to you, you will need to install the developer tools that were included on the OS X DVD

If you don't have them installed, or don't want to install them, you could always download Drupal directly and place the resulting directory inside the default OS X web server directory:

/Library/WebServer/Documents

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