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More CVS -> GIT conversions

Update INSTALL to both 'cover' GIT checkouts and requirements for the new
build system. Hacking info no more advices to add CVS Id lines.
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Jonas Fonseca 2005-09-18 18:47:20 +02:00 committed by Jonas Fonseca
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INSTALL
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@ -11,30 +11,28 @@ ECMAScript (that's JavaScript) support.
##########
In order to check out the latest tree from CVS:
In order to check out the latest tree from GIT (using Cogito):
$ export CVSROOT=check_file_SITES_for_value_of_this
$ cvs login
(empty password)
$ cvs -z3 co elinks
$ cd elinks
...
$ cg clone check_file_SITES_for_value_of_this
$ cd elinks
To update your existing tree to the latest CVS version, do:
To update your existing tree to the latest GIT version, do:
$ cvs -z3 update -dP
$ cg update
If you downloaded a nightly snapshot, it already contains CVS/ directories
etc. Thus, you should be able to update your tree with the above command as if
you had previously done a full cvs checkout.
If you downloaded a nightly snapshot, and want to check out the latest tree
from GIT in it, use the command:
Note that if you obtained the sources directly from CVS, you NEED to run
./autogen.sh! (It should be enough to do it once, automake should be smart
enough to rerun itself when needed - however, if you have build problems, try
running this first.) Also, you obviously need automake and autoconf installed
on your system (note that autoconf-2.13 a automake-1.4p5 are supported, newer
ones may cause problems thanks to the auto* developers who don't know how to
maintain backwards compatibility). Otherwise, you have to use the nightly CVS
$ cg clone -s check_file_SITES_for_value_of_this
Note that if you obtained the sources directly from GIT, you NEED to run
./autogen.sh! (It should be enough to do it once - however, if you have build
problems, try running this first.) Also, you obviously need GNU make and
autoconf installed on your system (note that autoconf-2.13 is supported, newer
ones may cause problems thanks to the autoconf developers who don't know how to
maintain backwards compatibility). Otherwise, you have to use the nightly GIT
snapshot - you don't need to do this there.
@ -44,7 +42,7 @@ snapshot - you don't need to do this there.
may contain patches that are of use to you. If you're interested in any of
them, try to apply them by doing (for each one):
$ patch -p0 < contrib/that-patch
$ patch -p0 < contrib/that-patch
They may not apply, since I don't update patches in contrib/ regularly - if
you want, feel free to go ahead and update the patch for the current tree and

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@ -500,11 +500,9 @@ Use assert() and assertm() where applicable. It will prevent hidden bugs.
If you see code in ELinks that doesn't follow these rules, fix it or tell us
about it.
All the .c files MUST start by a short one-line description and a CVS Id tag
on the next line:
All the .c files MUST start by a short one-line description:
/* <short one-line description> */
/* $Id: hacking.txt,v 1.36 2005/05/24 18:21:45 jonas Exp $ */
All the .h files MUST start by a CVS Id tag and then anti-reinclusion ifdef.
The macro is

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@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Requirements
~~~~~~~~~~~~
To succesfully install ELinks all that is required is GNU make and a C
compiler. If you want to install directly from CVS it is also required that
compiler. If you want to install directly from GIT it is also required that
automake and autoconf is installed on your system.
Recommended Libraries and Programs

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@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ descriptors).
dialogs/ is special too. It in fact means to say "global and unique BFU
instances belonging to the ELinks core"/ but that's a rather long and boring
name, besides the nightmares associated with maintaining files and directories
containing spaces in CVS. The "global and unique BFU instances" part can be
containing spaces in GIT. The "global and unique BFU instances" part can be
represented by exmode, menus and leds (were they there). The "ELinks core"
part can be represented by options, document and downloads. The reason those
aren't in their respective directories (while bookmarks or formhist have their

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@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
* Remove plural.c from CVS.
* Remove plural.c from GIT.
* Use our own charset routines instead of iconv.