On 27 Jan 2003, at 18:54, Tor Lillqvist wrote:
> Mat Caughron writes:

>  > NOT to fork the project but to make it more available.  It seems
>  the only > way to see the current windows-gimp 1.2.4 source is to
>  download the zip > file from:
>  www.gimp.org/win32/downloads-20030104.html > Even if you want to look
>  up a particular file, you have to download and > unzip the whole
>  thing.
> I probably should put up a diffs file in addition to my source
> snapshot. (Earlier I did, but then I got complaints that just
> providing diffs isn't GPL compliant...) They aren't that many diffs,
> and much of the difference is not really relevant unless you want
> exactly the same random number generator behaviour as in my prebuilt
> binaries, for instance. Or exactly the same (incomplete) handling of
> non-ASCII file names. Much of the non-committed changes is ugly hacks.

Is not all your code in the GIMP CVS repository? If so, why not? As 
Sven pointed it, it is fairly easy to surf through CVS using its web 

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