Typo current nightlies

Hello all,

I’m not currently a user of Typo, though plan to be in the near future!

I was a little disgruntled to find my host didn’t have SVN support
when I wanted to try Typo Current - so I put together a small
automated process to publish compressed archives of the Typo Current
trunk at around midnight CET. Hopefully this might be helpful for
people without access to SVN, but would still like to try the newest
versions.

I would appreciate if someone could quickly skim over the files in the
archive http://justkez.com/typo/typo_11-05-2006.tar.bz2 and let me
know if things look okay!

The archive of nightlies is (when there’s more than 1!) available from
http://justkez.com/typo/

Kind Regards,
Kester

On 11 May 2006, at 18:47, Kester Dobson wrote:

The archive of nightlies is (when there’s more than 1!) available from
http://justkez.com/typo/

I don’t get it.

If somebody is on a host that doesn’t support subversion, then all
they have to do is get a svn client for whatever platform they’re
using (svnx for os x for example). Download trunk (versioned or not)
to their local machine, and then upload it to their host via FTP.
There’s not really a need for an automated script.

On Fri, 2006-05-12 at 10:31 +0100, Gary S. wrote:

There’s not really a need for an automated script.
As you say, it saves someone from having to find and install a SVN
client for their platform and learn how to use it. That could
potentially save some people a fair bit of time. Just because YOU
aren’t interested an automated script, that doesn’t mean that nobody is.

I would applaud Kester’s work except that the Google ads make me wonder
about his motive… Is it to save people time, or is this just another
click farm?

- Scott

Scott B. wrote:

I would applaud Kester’s work except that the Google ads make me wonder
about his motive… Is it to save people time, or is this just another
click farm?

Maybe it’s a click farm that saves people time. :wink:

Hal

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On 16/05/2006, at 13:08 PM, Scott B. wrote:

As you say, it saves someone from having to find and install a SVN
client for their platform and learn how to use it. That could
potentially save some people a fair bit of time. Just because YOU
aren’t interested an automated script, that doesn’t mean that
nobody is.

It also helps people downloading the source through fascist proxies.
We have one of those at work here, and although I wouldn’t have a
need for downloading Typo through it, I’ve often had to do it for
other projects.

TX

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