[CM] Right way to get latest S7 and CM sources?

Iain Duncan iainduncanlists at gmail.com
Fri May 8 13:32:38 PDT 2020

Thanks Rick. I will make some test scripts with known latest sources to see
if I can get the weird behaviour on demand, and if so, report back.


On Fri, May 8, 2020 at 1:04 PM Taube, Heinrich K <taube at illinois.edu> wrote:

> you will need to get the sources for cm/grace from its new location:
> https://github.com/ricktaube/grace.git
> at some point i will close the old sourceforge site but Im simply too busy
> right now to deal with it.
> I will also have to set up my windows machine here at home to see if i
> need to push any commits after I got grace to comile and link with s7. the
> machine been sitting in a corner of my dining room for several weeks since
> i move my office stuff home due to covid. it will take me till tomorrow to
> get it set up and networked etc.
> On May 8, 2020, at 1:39 PM, Iain Duncan <iainduncanlists at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi folks, I found some inconsistent behaviour on windows with loop.scm and
> I want to make sure I'm doing some tests with the correct latest files
> before posting details here in case it's just a versioning mismatch of my
> S7 and CM scheme files. So couple of questions:
> - What is the best way to ensure I have the latest release for s7, is the
> Snd release on SVN, or the tarball link on s7.html?
> - I assume to have the latest version of loop as used in CM, I go to the
> CM sources. I though Rick said he was moving to git, but the CM website
> source link goes to 3.9. Is Grace 3.10.2 to the canonical latest? or is
> there a dev version?
> thanks
> iain
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