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Wed, 10/21/2009 - 09:11 by Paolo BonziniThu, 07/29/2010 - 13:48 by Mathieu Suen
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* [[blog:S11001001|Stephen Compall]]: git://nocandy.dyndns.org/smalltalk.git * [[blog:S11001001|Stephen Compall]]: git://nocandy.dyndns.org/smalltalk.git
* [[blog:bonzinip|Paolo Bonzini]]: http://github.com/bonzini/smalltalk * [[blog:bonzinip|Paolo Bonzini]]: http://github.com/bonzini/smalltalk
 +* [[blog:mathk|Mathieu Suen]]: http://github.com/mathk/smalltalk

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Other git repositories

git is a decentralized version control systems, so every user can publish their own unofficial branches. Many of them are on private machines with ADSL and slow uplink, so please don't clone them; use an existing clone from git.sv.gnu.org as a base, and add them as a remote branch:

$ git remote add -f s11 git://nocandy.dyndns.org/smalltalk.git

After doing this, you can base your branches on other people's public stuff:

$ git checkout --track -b pool-resolution s11/pool-resolution
$ git checkout --track -b sdl paolo/sdl

Expect these repositories to be rewound and rebased frequently.

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