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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Help -- how do I get Tom Lord's latest compilable D

From: Robin Farine
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Help -- how do I get Tom Lord's latest compilable DEVELOPMENT version of arch/tla?
Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2004 21:52:24 +0100
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David A. Wheeler wrote:

Question: What should I download/tag to get the
LATEST development version of Tom Lord's tla (his "1.3" branch)?
I want to start with Tom Lord's current branch, and then mirror my 
with the hope that he'll add my mods to his (mainline) version of tla.
But I'm not sure exactly what I'm supposed to tag.

You might try to start with a complete tla source tree from Tom's archive as per
and build it (instructions elsewhere on the wiki).

When you have modified a sub-project and want to commit, then it is time to tag and to switch your work tree to your own <archive>/c--b--v. For instance, if you change something in the tla--devo--1.3 subtree then you do something like:


tla tag address@hidden/tla--devo--1.3 tla--dwheeler--1.3


tla set-tree-version <your archive>/tla--dwheeler--1.3


tla sync-tree <your archive>/tla--dwheeler--1.3

and your are ready to commit changes in this sub-project to your own archive.

It might be useful to also tag the root project (dists--devo--1.0) and define your own multi-project tree configuration adapted from Tom's "".

Hope this helps,


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