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Looking for YAM source code archive
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Hello all,

I'm trying to download the YAM source code. I found this site:

http://yam.ch/browser/releases/2.6p1/src

which has all the files individually as HTML 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 HTML crap off them before they can compile the package or indeed even search the contents.

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?

Many thanks.

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  • Message #338

    YAM's source code is maintained in a public SubVersion repository. Refer to the development wiki for details. See:

    http://yam.ch/wiki/Development

  • Message #339

    OK, I've downloaded this 6Mb file from Aminet as suggested, and tried the command suggested for downloading the source. (svn checkout https://svn.yam.ch/svn/yam/trunk yam)

    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.

  • Message #340

    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.

    Usually "usergroup.library" should be part of your TCP/IP stack. Which one are you using?

  • Message #341

    Usually "usergroup.library" should be part of your TCP/IP stack. Which one are you using?

    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.

  • Message #342

    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.

    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:

    assign LIBS: AmiTCP:libs add

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