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My view is that there should be no such thing as a release of clocc.
Rather clocc is a collection of largely independent things,
independently released, independently distributed. Think of it as
a library. Given that it's always available why should you want your
own copy of everything? Just get what you need when you need it.
Also, back to my version argument, the latest version of everything is
not (normally) a consistent version of everything. The latest version
of system X may rely on the next to latest version of system Y.
So you want to get all versions of everything? Even worse than taking
all the books out of the library.
I think it's a good idea to generate downloadable archives for new
versions of systems as they appear (that's the new version of the
system along with the appropriate versions of all the systems on which
it relies). Note that when a new version of Y (above) appears, that
does NOT imply a new archive for X.