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Welcome to the BASE plug-ins site

This is the repository for BASE plug-ins. Currently BASE 1 and BASE 2 plug-ins are hosted at this site. Both BASE 1 and 2 come with a set of core plug-ins, information about these is available elsewhere (list of BASE 2 core plug-ins).

The bugtracking system that we decided to use is called Trac. Trac allows BASE users to submit bug reports or suggest new functionality to plug-ins. Choose New Ticket in the menu bar and follow the instructions.

To support plug-in development we use subversion. Everyone is allowed anonymous checkout (SubversionCheckout) of the plug-ins available whereas plug-in developers can be given commit access to a designated directory in the repository.

Want to be a submitter?

If you have a plug-in you want to submit just send your plug-in to Johan Enell following the PluginSubmitReq.

Want to be a developer?

If you want to be a plug-in developer with commit access to the repository just contact Jari Häkkinen and he will hook you up. The DeveloperPage contains useful information for developers.

Want to be a downloader?

If you have a base installation running just waiting for new advanced tools for analysis you will find them all on the download page.


Please use the BASE mailing lists for discussions about plug-ins. You have to login to this trac environment to be able to report bugs, enhancement ideas, and feature requests. Login with userid base and password base and use the ticket reporting system.

Mailing lists

There are three Sourceforge hosted mailing lists for the BASE project. Please use them also for plugin issues.

RSS Feeds

There are several RSS feeds available. If you would like to monitor overall progress, go to Timeline, click boxes to suit your wanted level of details, and subscribe to feed by clicking on RSS Feed at bottom of page. If you would like to get updates on specific Plugins, you can do so through ViewTickets and BrowseSource. Go to ViewTickets, filter on component, select component as appropriate, and subscribe to feed by clicking on RSS Feed at bottom of page. To get updates on repository checkins, browse to main directory of plugin in question, click on Revision Log at top right corner of page, and subscribe to feed by clicking on RSS Feed at bottom of page.