Thanks Lefty for all the work getting this up and running. I know dgk has some patches in the works. He may be offline for the next few weeks.
On Tue, Jan 19, 2016, 4:06 PM Eleftherios Koutsofios <e...@research.att.com> wrote: > hi AST and UWIN users. > > as many of you noticed, the download site on www.research.att.com went > off the air shortly before the end of the year due to some security issue. > > the timing was unfortunate because several people including me were on > vacation so it's been down for a long time. > > but we've finally managed to move most of that software on GitHub. > you can find the AST and UWIN software packages under > https://github.com/att/: > /att/ast and /att/uwin. > (btw. the /att tree on GitHub hosts a lot of open source software developed > by the AT&T Research group. feel free to browse. I'll be putting up some > of my code there soon). > > /att/ast corresponds to the ast-open package. it includes the software that > was also available under individual packages, like ast-ksh, ast-dss, etc., > so I decided to only create this one. > it has 3 branches, matching the old structure: master (i.e. official), > alpha, > and beta. beta is the most recent one. it includes the last package I had > gotten from Glenn and Dave with some minor fixes to get it to compile on > some > new OS versions, like Centos 7 and Ubuntu 14. > > /att/uwin is the source code for the UWIN system. it has a master and a > beta > branch. I don't have an environment to build and test this on, so I > don't know > how well it builds. > > cloning either of these git repos is equivalent to downloading the INIT and > ast-open (or INIT and uwin) packages from the old site and then running: > ./bin/package read. > so the next step after the clone step is to run: ./bin/package make. > vanilla build, where no previous version of NMAKE is available should still > work and on some systems that was actually the way to go for me. > > as an example, to get and compile the beta branch of AST: > > git clone --branch beta https://github.com/att/ast.git > cd ast > ./bin/package make > > very little of the documentation from the old site has moved to the GitHub > site, I'll try to migrate the rest later, I just wanted to get the software > up again. > > thanks > > lefteris > > -- > E. Koutsofios > AT&T Labs - Research > > _______________________________________________ > ast-developers mailing list > ast-develop...@lists.research.att.com > http://lists.research.att.com/mailman/listinfo/ast-developers >
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