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Getting the development version from Bazaar

Like Emacs, CEDET is using Bazaar as its version control system. The easiest way to get a checkout of the current development version is to do

bzr checkout bzr://cedet.bzr.sourceforge.net/bzrroot/cedet/code/trunk cedet
This will create a directory "cedet" containing a checkout of the latest sources. Like other distributed version control systems (git, mercurial), Bazaar will fetch the whole repository, including the full history of the project. If you later want to update your sources, enter the directory and simply call
bzr update

Read the file USING_CEDET_FROM_BZR for further instructions, especially if you plan on hacking cedet, submitting patches, etc.

You can also browse the repository online at Sourceforge's Loggerhead. It also provides an atom feed if you want to keep track of the latest changes.

Git mirror and snapshots

There is a read-only git mirror at

http://git.randomsample.de/cedet.git
The mirror is synced every time the buildbot runs. There are also tar.gz snapshots at
http://www.randomsample.de/cedet-snapshots
They are created for every revision the buildbot has checked.

CEDET Buildbot

CEDET uses Buildbot to automatically check the latest revision for compile errors. CEDET also ships with a bunch of unit and integration tests, which are also run by the Buildbot, on different platforms as well as with different Emacs versions. Here's the status for the latest revision; if everything's green this means that CEDET should build fine with the named Emacs versions and platforms:

Emacs 23.2 GNU/Linux Emacs 24.1 GNU/Linux Emacs 24.3 GNU/Linux Emacs trunk GNU/Linux

If there's something red there, we know about it and it should be fixed soonish.

A more detailed view can be seen here.