[YAM - Yet Another Mailer] Topic #87 - Looking for YAM source code archive http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/87 <p> Looking for YAM source code archive </p> en-us YAM - Yet Another Mailer http://yam.ch/chrome/site/yam.gif http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/87 Trac 1.0.2 - DiscussionPlugin Minuous Wed, 27 Jul 2011 05:49:21 GMT Topic #87 - Looking for YAM source code archive http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/87#topic http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/87#topic <p> Hello all, </p> <p> I'm trying to download the YAM source code. I found this site: </p> <p> <a href="http://yam.ch/browser/releases/2.6p1/src">http://yam.ch/browser/releases/2.6p1/src</a> </p> <p> which has all the files individually as <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym> files. This seems very mean to expect every user to have to click hundreds of times to get all the files and then somehow strip all the <acronym title="Hyper-Text Markup Language">HTML</acronym> crap off them before they can compile the package or indeed even search the contents. </p> <p> The normal situation is to have a source code archive available, either separately or included with the binary in the main archive. Surely there is a page somewhere with the source code in an archive? </p> <p> Many thanks. </p> Topic thboeckel Thu, 04 Aug 2011 05:44:12 GMT Reply #342 to topic #87 - Looking for YAM source code archive http://yam.ch/discussion/message/342#message_342 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/342#message_342 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Root cause of the problem is: for some reason the svn program is looking for this library in LIBS: rather than in AmiTCP:Libs where the library actually goes. </p> </blockquote> <p> Well, no program should dare to look in any specific places for a library. SVN is no exception from the rule here. The LIBS: assign may not point to one single directory only, but to a list of directories. Just add this line to S:User-Startup where the AmiTCP: assign is done and everything will be fine: </p> <p> assign LIBS: AmiTCP:libs add </p> Message Minuous Thu, 04 Aug 2011 05:19:39 GMT Reply #341 to topic #87 - Looking for YAM source code archive http://yam.ch/discussion/message/341#message_341 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/341#message_341 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Usually "usergroup.library" should be part of your TCP/<acronym title="Internet Protocol">IP</acronym> stack. Which one are you using? </p> </blockquote> <p> Genesis. Root cause of the problem is: for some reason the svn program is looking for this library in LIBS: rather than in AmiTCP:Libs where the library actually goes. </p> Message damato Mon, 01 Aug 2011 20:28:10 GMT Reply #340 to topic #87 - Looking for YAM source code archive http://yam.ch/discussion/message/340#message_340 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/340#message_340 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> However all I get is "usergroup.library cannot be opened". There are no requirements listed in the readme, and no mention of this library in the docs, a search on Aminet also does not bring up anything. </p> </blockquote> <p> Usually "usergroup.library" should be part of your TCP/<acronym title="Internet Protocol">IP</acronym> stack. Which one are you using? </p> Message Minuous Thu, 28 Jul 2011 03:37:25 GMT Reply #339 to topic #87 - Looking for YAM source code archive http://yam.ch/discussion/message/339#message_339 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/339#message_339 <p> OK, I've downloaded this 6Mb file from Aminet as suggested, and tried the command suggested for downloading the source. (svn checkout <a class="ext-link" href="https://svn.yam.ch/svn/yam/trunk"><span class="icon">‚Äč</span>https://svn.yam.ch/svn/yam/trunk</a> yam) </p> <p> However all I get is "usergroup.library cannot be opened". There are no requirements listed in the readme, and no mention of this library in the docs, a search on Aminet also does not bring up anything. </p> Message thboeckel Wed, 27 Jul 2011 06:00:54 GMT Reply #338 to topic #87 - Looking for YAM source code archive http://yam.ch/discussion/message/338#message_338 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/338#message_338 <p> YAM's source code is maintained in a public SubVersion repository. Refer to the development wiki for details. See: </p> <p> <a href="http://yam.ch/wiki/Development">http://yam.ch/wiki/Development</a> </p> Message