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please add ScriptL #394

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rpav opened this Issue · 10 comments

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Ryan Pavlik Zach Beane
Ryan Pavlik

Source: git@github.com:rpav/ScriptL.git

Please use the 'release' branch.

Note this has submodules (git submodule init; git submodule update).

thanks,

Zach Beane
Owner

I don't understand what that means, and I get an error (permission denied) when I try to check out.

What are submodules for?

Ryan Pavlik

Err sorry .. I had the SSH button clicked and didn't even think of it:

Source: git://github.com/rpav/ScriptL.git

Submodules are other repositories (in this case, https://github.com/rpav/scriptlcom) at specific revisions. This lets them be separate for development, but distributed together at properly-matched commits.

Zach Beane
Owner
$ git submodule update
Cloning into src/scriptlcom...
Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
Clone of 'git@github.com:rpav/scriptlcom.git' into submodule path 'src/scriptlcom' failed

Is this non-Lisp component optional?

Ryan Pavlik

Ack .. sorry, .gitmodules was also referring via SSH. I have updated it to refer to the read-only URL. Sorry for the trouble.

Zach Beane
Owner

I'll have to update the Quicklisp manager code to handle submodules, and then I'll try it out.

Zach Beane
Owner

Actually, is there somewhere I could fetch a tarball instead? That would make things easier.

Ryan Pavlik

Ah, after contemplating the most reliable place to host a tarball, I discovered github can actually do this too:

Source: https://github.com/downloads/rpav/ScriptL/ScriptL-release.tar.gz

I will update this when making new releases. This should include all the necessary files. hth,

Ryan Pavlik

Bah, I just had to update this to fix an issue, but everything else seems fine. Thanks,

Zach Beane
Owner

That tarball doesn't have any identifying info in its unpack directory, e.g. a version or a date or anything. It's just all unpacked in "ScriptL/". Is there any chance of adding a version or something similar to that directory structure?

Ryan Pavlik

Done; it will now untar to a directory in the form ScriptL-YYYYMMDDnn. I can add a git tag or similar if this is preferable, but dates seem easier for sorting.

Zach Beane quicklisp closed this
Javier Olaechea PuercoPop referenced this issue in quicklisp/quicklisp-controller
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git should pull any submodules #10

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