>I've stayed out of this discussion up til now, but I want to make a >comment. Installers should have NOTHING to do with CVS. We will offer >binary distros of OBOS in a friendly format. If someone *wants* to see >the source code, then, yes, the CVS repos is there for anyone. But >we're not Linux/Unix -- i.e. download the OS source code and compile it >yourself. And end user should never even see the term CVS anywhere in >an installation -- it's not a part of his universe. The user shouldn't see which method was used - he shouldn't even see the package compiling (just an explanation because the installation takes so much time). E.g. you could have a "Advanced..." button in your installer where you can checkmark "Download latest available alpha version", and the installer chooses CVS then, or whatever - just what the install script tells him. It doesn't have to be CVS of course - that's just an example. What I wanted to point out was the independence of the add-on. Adios... Axel.