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MiniMyth built with GAR

Post by lmatter » Mon Jan 03, 2005 12:44 am

One our forum members, Pablo, has recently released a version of MiniMyth built with GAR. You can read all about it here.

Those of you that have been following this forum for some time will remember how I was always hoping for this to happen.

Pablo has kindly allowed me to use his work as the basis for the future MiniMyth builds and releases. Version 0.0.4 of Pablo's MiniMyth build has been placed into LinPVR's source code control system, and is now available via anonymous access.

LinPVR.org uses Perforce for source code control. I will post instructions on accessing the repository soon, but for the adventurous, the perforce port is perforce.linpvr.org:1666.

Additionally, bugs with this build should be logged at http://linpvr.org/bugs.

Thanks again to Pablo for his great efforts!
Larry

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Post by lmatter » Tue Jan 04, 2005 7:51 pm

Ok, I haven't had time to write up anything pretty, so here is a quick guide to accessing the code in perforce.

Go to http://www.perforce.com/perforce/loadprog.html. Most (if not all) will want this file. Just download it and save it to /usr/local/bin or equiv (might have to chmod +x too).

Then set the following env vars:
P4PORT=perforce.linpvr.org:1666
P4USER=anonymous
P4CLIENT=(make up a name; your forum handle is a good choice).
P4ROOT=(local directory where you want to download files from perforce).
If you prefer another editor besides vi, you can set P4EDITOR (it will also honor EDITOR).

Then make a directory for the code, cd to that directory, then execute:

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p4 client
Then save and exit. You are now ready to use perforce. To retrieve the latest code, do this:

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p4 sync
If you want the 0.0.4 release code, do this:

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p4 sync @0.0.4
To see the last 5 changes, do this:

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p4 changes -m 5
And of course there is always

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 p4 help
Any questions, please post them on the general help forum.

Larry

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Post by lmatter » Tue Feb 15, 2005 9:52 pm

And the fruits of this labor are now available as a beta. See this post:

http://linpvr.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=302

Larry

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