Sources code control
In the cURL project we use git for source code control.
Browse the Sources
Browse the source repository (on github.com)
Get the Sources
The curl sources are kept in a git repository. You can get the most recent curl source files from there at any time. git is the version control system we use for the curl project. All files in the release archive that aren't generated from other files are kept there, to allow full backtracking of older versions. To use git you need a git client, get yours from git-scm.com. Windows users might fancy tortoisegit or msysgit.
This is mostly a feature for you who really want to have a peek in how the current development version looks like, and not if you just want to download a version to run. If you just want to download a tar or binary archive, go here.
If you want to use the git server, run:
git clone https://github.com/bagder/curl.gitNote that this will create a curl subdirectory.
If you at a later time want to get the updated set of files, just cd into this directory and run
git pullYou can also opt to download a daily snapshot.
Compile and Build the Sources
When you checkout the sources, you get a file named GIT-INFO in the source root that describes how to proceed to compile and build them.
Change the Sources
If you are about to do a lot of modifications, discuss it on the curl or libcurl mailing list in advance and please consider to use git directly to do the changes and provide the necessary patches back to the project!
If you want to push to the repository, you need to have it cloned using:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:bagder/curl.git
This also requires that you have a github account and have been added to the project as a collaborator by Daniel.