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Committing code to GitHub behind a firewall or Proxy

For new developers, it can be very frustrating when pushing code behind a firewall or a web proxy especially if you do this in a cyber cafe. This is mostly due to blocked ports. You can expressly open a port or if you know the the primary gateway, you can bypass the proxy. Ensure that your firewall allows port 443 traffic. Check your "git" settings or eclipse settings to enable proxying.

Committing code to the SVN repository behind a firewall or Proxy

For new developers, it can be very frustrating when committing code behind a firewall or a web proxy especially if you do this in a cyber cafe. This is mostly due to blocked ports. You can expressly open a port or if you know the the primary gateway, you can bypass the proxy. If you are using the secure https (https://svn.openmrs.org) then ensure that your firewall allows port 443 traffic. If using http://svn.openmrs.org, then enable the SVN port 3609.

How do I get access to Github?

See requesting access for a module or project

How do I get access to the SVN code repository?

The svn server is deprecated, all new projects should go into GitHub (see above)

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