In order to compile PINO 3 and/or PINO 3-Server you will need the following applications
- A CVS client for accessing the source code
Detailed information about CVS access can be found at https://sourceforge.net/p/pino3/code/.
- Borland Delphi for compiling
The recommended version for PINO 3-Server is Delphi 2. PINO 3 requires at
least Delphi 6.
Checking out the source code
First of all you need to "download" the source code to your machine.
This process is called "checking out". After having properly configured
your CVS client (please consult the documentation of the client for this) you
need to run these commands to get the source code.
To log in into the CVS server anonymously
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/pino3 login
and to "check out" the source code.
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/pino3 co -P pino3
Compiling PINO 3-Server
Compiling PINO 3-Server is an easy task. We recommend using Delphi 2 for building
the executable (it also works with later versions, but some code might need to
be adapted). After opening the server\source\pino3srv.dpr project
file you should be immediately able to compile PINO 3-Server. If everything went
fine you should have the executable "pino3srv.exe" in "server\bin",
if not please let me know :).
Compiling PINO 3
This is a little bit more difficult. First of all you have to compile and install
the Delphi package containing the required classes and control by PINO 3. This
package is located in client\pino3pkg\pino3pkg.dpk. After having
done this you just need to open client\source\pino3.dpr and compile
Joining the team
If you would like to participate in the development of PINO 3 and PINO 3-Server
please contact the project manager at drzoid