Re-Alpine - Reborn Alpine ... Re: [Alpine-info] Extensions needed
for proper crypto support.
Andraž 'ruskie' Levstik
ruskie at codemages.net
Wed Jun 10 22:15:22 PDT 2009
> I guess you have to get the source from the respository in 'git' format,
> whatever that is. (I know, it's some other source repository..)
git clone git://re-alpine.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/re-alpine
And to update 'git pull' in the cloned dir.
> I admit I am *not* likely to do this anytime soon, but is there some way to
> just get a tar or disk image or something else of the latest source?
Select snapshot from the commit you want to get the sources from.
> Yes, I admit, I'm in old fogey mode. I *just* (in the past year) started
> using subversion.. because I have to.. and now there's these other ones
> coming out. (I won't go into a whole rant, because there *are* things about
> cvs that annoy me... But as a summary. From my experience in doing
> software integration, subversion fits this saying well: In theory, theory
> and practice are the same. In practice, they're not. Specifically, in
> theory subversion is way better than cvs... but for the things I'm doing with
> it, it's more of a pain than cvs.)
To each his own ;)
Andraž ruskie Levstik
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Re-Alpine Coordinator http://sourceforge.net/projects/re-alpine/
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