AlephModular, a project based on Marathon 2 source code released by Bungie Studios, seeks to bring Marathon into the present by making it clean, stable, and modular.

How to Checkout AM from CVS

AlephModular's CVS repository can be checked out through anonymous (pserver) CVS with the following instruction set. First, navigate to the directory on your local machine where you would like the code. Then enter these commands. When prompted for a password for anonymous, simply press the Enter key.

cvs login

You are now logged into the server anonymously. Perform the next command:

cvs -z3 co alephModular

CVS will create a directory with the name of the module (in this case, alephModular) and place the repository code inside it. Later, to update the code, you will only need to type the following command from inside the alephModular directory on your local machine:

cvs update -AdP

CVS will update the code with the latest from the AlephModular repository, displaying messages in your terminal explaining which files have been modified.