LTS 2023 source code

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How to get the LTS 2023 source code? I cannot find it in the repository on github. Thanks

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I have successfully compiled it. After a “git checkout” and before building you have to switch to the branch via “git switch 2023”.

@Konrad: The link to the “release policy” results in a 404.

General remark: I never understood the purpose of the “python clone.py master -a” which is mentioned in the official docs at https://github.com/nuxeo/nuxeo. Despite the fact that it uses the outdated python2 (you have to do an 2to3 first) it switches back to the master branch so you would have to re-do the switch command above. And make the switching to the master of the pyhon script irrelevant ;-)

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Thanks for the update. Coincidentally I just did that yesterday too. Just on the commit called something like "Release 2023.5" It went smoothly, without the hazzle I needed for 2019. But I am still struggeling to get my custom bundle (for LTS 2019) to work with that release. Nuxeo modules/bundles/… got quite a big update since 2019 :)

Too bad the link is down and I cannot find it anymore. Basically it said: We are still open source, but not gonna release the code before a 90 day security window. I have no clue if that would be questionable under the licence or not, but definitely adds up to the turn away from open source and the community.

Considering the clone.py: Yeah i think that is an artefact from the 2019 release, where you still needed that. Also some of the scripts in the scripts/ dir look very ancient to me. Strange that these weren't removed considering how much the code base has been restructured.

04/10/2024


There is a branch called 2023. Be aware of the release policy that came into action some time ago.

Also I would love to hear if you tried to compile it - success or not. I have not tried myself, but it's on my future todo-list.

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