* Jason Thomas wrote:
>Umm, okay, but if you look at this link from the main page it shows a
>release version, which was released on 6 November 2007. Not that long
>ago. Doesn't that mean I can check out a "release"?
>I want to package a new version for Debian. Can you tell me the correct
>way to get the source? Will I have to use a version number like
>cvs20080116 or something?
The "release date" is the only version management we've got, we do not
have points where we consider the content of the repository "stable" or
"unstable", any commit essentially makes a new "release". There are no
branches or tags, all you could do is check out specific versions of the
individual files, or the whole set from a specific date.
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