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Getting Source

We use Source Forge to host the source code repository using Mercurial DVCS.

  • Install Mercurial.

Debian/Ubuntu Linux - Terminal

$ sudo apt-get install mercurial

  • Create an empty directory called for example ryzom.

anonymous read only access

  • Get the source code locally on your computer by cloning the read only repository (229Mb)
hg clone https://bitbucket.org/ryzom/ryzomcore

Later, to update sources you will need to type :

hg pull && hg update

alternative client (TortoiseHg)

As an alternative you may want to use TortoiseHg (http://tortoisehg.bitbucket.org) to download the newest sources (especially if you run Windows).

With TortoiseHg, you will need to click right on your new empty folder and click on "TortoiseHg -> Clone" and you will get this dialog :

Source path: will be https://bitbucket.org/ryzom/ryzomcore
Destination path: will be the folder where you want put all sources.

read write access with specific username

hg clone https://USERNAME@bitbucket.org/ryzom/ryzomcore

USERNAME is your login on BitBucket.

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