Stéphane Charette wrote:
>> but I'm dubious about going ahead just replacing the buggy scripts and
>> recompiling my standard 3.1.1, in case the new scripts call on other
>> corrections I don't have in my standard 3.1.1 installation.
>> Is it safe to go ahead or not?
> Without knowing what you downloaded, it is impossible to say. The
> good news is that gramps31 is a very stable branch with only bug
> fixes, not any new features. So you could get the latest (what will
> eventually become 3.1.2) and be reasonably certain things will be ok.
>> If not, is it possible to access svn with read-only permission in order
>> to update my source tree properly?
> Many people (mostly developers) do exactly this. It isn't too
> complicated, but it is geared to developers. Here are the steps most
> developers follow to run from a subversion copy versus a full
> Those steps assume you want "trunk". This is not what you want. You
> need gramps31. So the svn co command for you should be:
> svn co https://gramps.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/gramps/gramps31
Do I need authorisation to access svn this way?