[jitsi-users] jitsi "source" code


#1

jitsi web page has this:

Check out source code with a SVN client
In order to get it through SVN you would first need to become an
observer of the project, and then use your login and svn checkout the
code like that:
(replace yourusername with the name of your java net account)
svn checkout https://svn.java.net/svn/jitsi~svn/trunk jitsi --username yourusername

i tried and noticed that the repo contains huge amounts of binary code.

is there a way to check out only the source code?

-- juha


#2

Hey Juha,

jitsi web page has this:

Check out source code with a SVN client
In order to get it through SVN you would first need to become an
observer of the project, and then use your login and svn checkout the
code like that:
(replace yourusername with the name of your java net account)
svn checkout https://svn.java.net/svn/jitsi~svn/trunk jitsi --username yourusername

You actually don't need this any more. It's a vestige from the previous
version of java.net. And besides we'll soon be moving to github.

i tried and noticed that the repo contains huge amounts of binary code.

Yes. These are our dependencies.

is there a way to check out only the source code?

We are currently creating a source-only package for debian but until
it's ready and readily available for download you can get all sources
from the "libsrc" directory that's right next to trunk on SVN.

Hope this helps,
Emil

ยทยทยท

On 24.03.13, 06:55, Juha Heinanen wrote:

-- juha

--
https://jitsi.org