Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Development


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Mar 5, 2010 2:49:30 PM (4 years ago)
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damato
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    1313== Browsing our repository == 
    14 Aside from the possibility to directly download/access the sources of YAM via a SVN client, you may browse the sources directly via the internal [/browser Browse Source] facility provided by this website. By using the following link you may have a direct look at the current sources of YAM: 
    15 [[BR]][[BR]] 
    16 http://trac.yam.ch/browser 
    17 [[BR]][[BR]] 
    18 By using this link you will find 4 top-level directories, whereas the 'trunk' directory corresponds to the very latest source code of YAM. This directory is also used to build the [wiki:NightlyBuild nightly builds] you may already know of. 
     14Aside from the possibility to directly download/access the sources of YAM via a SVN client, you may browse the sources directly via the internal [/browser Browse Source] facility provided by this website. By using the following link you may have a direct look at the current sources of YAM: [[BR]][[BR]] http://trac.yam.ch/browser [[BR]][[BR]] By using this link you will find 4 top-level directories, whereas the 'trunk' directory corresponds to the very latest source code of YAM. This directory is also used to build the [wiki:NightlyBuild nightly builds] you may already know of. 
     15 
     16== Anonymous SVN access == 
     17You can obtain the very latest source code of YAM (from 'trunk') with the following command sequence: 
     18 
     19{{{ 
     20svn checkout https://svn.yam.ch/svn/yam/trunk yam 
     21}}} 
     22 
     23This will checkout the sources from our 'trunk' to a local directory 'yam' on your hard disk.  
     24 
     25''WARNING:'''[[BR]] 
     26As usual, it is '''not''' guaranteed in any way, that the 'trunk' version will work for you properly. The 'trunk' of a SVN repository is always meant to carry highly experimental code which is not meant to be used on normal productive systems. It may break your current installation and may destroy data stored on your harddisks. On the other hand, downgrading may cause the same effect. And, maybe you will have to update your configuration files and/or images files aswell, which are probably not directly available through SVN. Please be always aware of that when you want to compile YAM yourself.