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Where's the tarball?

Where's the tarball?

From:
Chris Hall
Date:
2013-02-16 @ 11:03
So I decide to try Friendica on my VPS.

Go to friendica.com, click on 'Download/Test', after reading entire
page, finally get sent to github, where there is a message 'there are no
uploads for this repository'.

Oversight? On purpose?

The 'Concise Beginner's Guide' states something about 'unpacking
Friendica' into some directory or other.

But what, exactly, are we to unpack?

I'll just bet you're going reply 'clone the git repository', right?

So now I'm wondering if I really want the entire development history of
he Friendica project sitting in my web server directory.

I'd really, really rather not have it there.

So is there a tarball somewhere?

Thanks,

Chris Hall


P.S. The subscription process here is hilarious -- aren't you worried 
people might be a little put off by the fact that without warning their 
first carefully composed missive to the list is deliberately dropped by 
the list?  Or did I miss the warning somehow?

Re: [friendica] Where's the tarball?

From:
Erkan Yilmaz
Date:
2013-02-16 @ 11:09
Hi Chris,

You can either get a stable, old version (1): version 3.1
or the current branch (2)

(1) https://github.com/friendica/friendica/tags
(2) click on ZIP button here: https://github.com/friendica/friendica

Erkan

On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Chris Hall <bitmonki@gmail.com> wrote:

>  So I decide to try Friendica on my VPS.
>
> Go to friendica.com, click on 'Download/Test', after reading entire
> page, finally get sent to github, where there is a message 'there are no
> uploads for this repository'.
>
> Oversight? On purpose?
>
> The 'Concise Beginner's Guide' states something about 'unpacking
> Friendica' into some directory or other.
>
> But what, exactly, are we to unpack?
>
> I'll just bet you're going reply 'clone the git repository', right?
>
> So now I'm wondering if I really want the entire development history of
> he Friendica project sitting in my web server directory.
>
> I'd really, really rather not have it there.
>
> So is there a tarball somewhere?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Chris Hall
>
>
> P.S. The subscription process here is hilarious -- aren't you worried 
people might be a little put off by the fact that without warning their 
first carefully composed missive to the list is deliberately dropped by 
the list?  Or did I miss the warning somehow?
>
>
>


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Re: [friendica] Where's the tarball?

From:
Tobias Diekershoff
Date:
2013-02-16 @ 11:33
On Sat, 16 Feb 2013 01:03:49 -1000
Chris Hall <bitmonki@gmail.com> wrote:

> Go to friendica.com, click on 'Download/Test', after reading entire
> page, finally get sent to github, where there is a message 'there are
> no uploads for this repository'.

Thanks for letting us know, that github discontinued the /downloads
section. It passed my radar. There is now only a download link for a
zip Archive in the code overview [1].

so long
  Tobias

[1]  https://github.com/friendica/friendica/archive/master.zip

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Re: [friendica] Where's the tarball?

From:
pault
Date:
2013-02-16 @ 11:09
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On 16/02/13 12:03, Chris Hall wrote:

> So I decide to try Friendica on my VPS.
> 
> Go to friendica.com, click on 'Download/Test', after reading
> entire page, finally get sent to github, where there is a message
> 'there are no uploads for this repository'.

this link should work:

  https://github.com/friendica/friendica/archive/master.zip

> I'll just bet you're going reply 'clone the git repository',
> right?

no :-) you can install via git though and pull to update.

welcome.

pault
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Re: [friendica] Where's the tarball?

From:
Chris Hall
Date:
2013-02-16 @ 11:23
On 02/16/2013 01:09 AM, pault wrote:
> On 16/02/13 12:03, Chris Hall wrote:
>
> > So I decide to try Friendica on my VPS.
>
> > Go to friendica.com, click on 'Download/Test', after reading
> > entire page, finally get sent to github, where there is a message
> > 'there are no uploads for this repository'.
>
> this link should work:
>
>   https://github.com/friendica/friendica/archive/master.zip
>
> > I'll just bet you're going reply 'clone the git repository',
> > right?
>
> no :-) you can install via git though and pull to update.
>
> welcome.
>
> pault
Many thanks!