The NT machine is on the shbang domain, and uses the
same account/password as the exchange server.
Account is set up to be administrator.
Kerry has a document called "IOE Development: Getting Started"
that goes thru the steps of setting up the compiler,
the make tools (cgywin), maping the network drives,
installing CVS, and getting the source code.
For COLD, do a "cvs co cold" to get the sources.
Need an additional set of build tools that you get
by mounting CEBUILD/tools as T:, then add T:/bin to
your PATH. (if you add it to the system path, it
gets inherited by BASH).
Need to set the OS_TYPE to either WINNT or LINUX
to build on NT or Linux. Also can set to SOLARIS
(to build on diamond) or WINCE (but this is more
On Linux, set CVSROOT=:pserver:email@example.com:/usr/local/np/cvs
Then you will need to cvslogin, and finally cvs co cold
Apparently, if you checkout code on NT, the makefiles won't
work on LINUX because of the ^M's.
On Linux, need the "rs" (rscheme) code which is used to
convert the *.api files. Can get rs from ~russell/pub
as rs-linux.tar, which should be un-tarred in / to
put the rs command in /usr/local/. Then you have to
copy at least usr/local/lib/rs/0.7.3.1-b38u/bin/*
to /usr/local/bin/* to get it in the path.