Is there a reason we keep an outdated haxelib version on the Haxe repo? It would be nice to include on the nightlies the latest haxelib version always, and I think this is the best way to do it.
Yes, do it.
Maybe it should be done for 3.1? It is because there are some bugs in the one bundled in this repo, including at least one that related to haxelib selfupdate.
std/tools has been removed, adding haxelib as a submodule now has high priority because CI builds are broken otherwise.
added haxelib repo in extra/haxelib_src (close #2258)
Took me some time to update the Makefile, which was broken on windows since $(CURDIR) was introduced. If anybody could test on Linux (not sure if Travis build haxelib ?)
Travis fails because of the new haxelib script is missing a -cp that should be probably generated on make install
@waneck took care of it, thanks