Getting sources for a project

Some of the small programs I wrote on my spare time. They are Free Software, and written mostly in OCaml.
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Getting sources for a project

Post by Vincent » Mon Jul 06, 2009 5:09 pm

(note: migrated to git, see below)


I have decided to centralise my mini-projects on an SVN repository: -> here.

Consequently, I will not post the sources directly on this forum, this would be redundant with the SVN. I may post compiled binaries for Linux and (sometimes) Windows, but they may not stay up-to-date for long. The prefered method to get one of my programs is always to compile it yourself.

If I have not posted any binaries, and that you are unable to compile them yourself, just post on the relevant topic asking for them (nicely), and I'll upload them when I have a chance.

Questions etc, should there be any, go on the project's topic -- not by mail.

Note: in nearly all projects, there should be a test subdirectory with a test.sh script which runs the program. This should help understand how the program is used.

Getting the sources

[People who know how to use SVN need not read this]

See source/checkout to get the command-line way to get the sources for all mini-projects at once.

However, let us say that you don't want to waste time downloading all my stuff when all you need is one mini-project. Then the following commands will be enough:
For instance, if you want to download the project pltex, which is written in ocaml, then replace {LANG} by "ocaml" (without the quotes, of course) and {PROJECT} by "pltex'".

The common directory contains files on which several projects may depend.

Should a specific project depend on several languages etc, use the same principle to get just what you need. When in doubt, download the whole repository and be done with it.
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Re: Getting sources for a project

Post by Vincent » Fri Mar 09, 2012 12:39 pm

Note: I have migrated to GIT, so the above is out-of-date.

Direct URLs to files in the repository generally remain the same, except the superfluous "trunk" has to be removed.
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Re: Getting sources for a project

Post by Vincent » Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:54 pm

After having trouble with Google Code, I have migrated to GitHub:

https://github.com/vincent-hugot/medley



perso install:

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wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/vincent-hugot/medley/master/merlin/download.sh && chmod +x download.sh && sudo ./download.sh 
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