I’v just created a googlecode account (http://metalcon.googlecode.com). Even though I have no code checked in yet, I want to quickly summarize the possibilities we have with googlecode (most of them you should have already seen on other project sites):
Subversion: The code can easily be checked out via:
svn checkout http://metalcon.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ metalcon-read-only
If you need write access, you have to go to https://code.google.com/hosting/settings and generate a svn password for your r.pickhardt account. Than you can use following to checkout with write permissions:
svn checkout https://metalcon.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ metalcon –username $yourGogleMail
Googlecode issues: Googlecode provides an issue tracker to be found here. Even though it’s not as convenient as a bug tracker like bugzilla, I think we should use it (just like the wiki). There is an eclipse plugin to connect the issue tracker with mylyn which is quite nice.
Mylyn: This is a tasklist framework for eclipse. If you have installed it using the update page (http://download.eclipse.org/mylyn/releases/latest), you can install a connector for mylyn to synchronize tasks between eclipse and googlecode. See http://code.google.com/p/googlecode-mylyn-connector/ for more.
So that’t it for now. As soon as I’m at home I will continue working on the hibernate issue and hopefully upload the code to googlecode today or tomorrow.