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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Help -- how do I get Tom Lord's latest compilable D
Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Help -- how do I get Tom Lord's latest compilable DEVELOPMENT version of arch/tla?
Mon, 22 Mar 2004 08:58:04 +1100
Gnus/5.1006 (Gnus v5.10.6) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)
>>>>> "David" == David A Wheeler <address@hidden> writes:
David> Question: What should I download/tag to get the LATEST
David> development version of Tom Lord's tla (his "1.3" branch)?
David> I want to start with Tom Lord's current branch, and then
David> mirror my modifications, with the hope that he'll add my
David> mods to his (mainline) version of tla. But I'm not sure
David> exactly what I'm supposed to tag.
You need to have a number of trees to build.
I suggest doing it the same way I did:
1. Get (not tag, get) address@hidden/dists--devo--1.0.
2. Learn about "tla build-config ...". This will automatically
download everything needed to build.
3. Build it.
4. tla src code is in the tree at src/tla, or
address@hidden/tla--libarch--1.2. I deleted the directory,
tagged address@hidden/tla--libarch--1.2 to my own
address@hidden/tla--libarch--1.2, and checked it
out under the same directory name.
This is just one way, that doesn't require branching
address@hidden/dists--devo--1.0, you could consider this good or
5. If you still have problems, then let us know on this mailing
list. I have been deliberately vague on some of the details, so I
don't have to spend time looking them up.
Hmmm... Having said the above, It no longer works, did I do something
 [scrooge:bam] ~/tree/arch/src/tla >tla whats-missing
webdav error (directory_files):
/%7barchives%7d/address@hidden/tla/tla--libarch/tla--libarch--1.2/ (404 Not
Brian May <address@hidden>