On Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at 3:47:08 PM UTC+1, Tony Girgenti wrote:
> I don't want to create a repository or contribute to any repository or
> make any commits or do anything that involves using GIT as a version
> control system.
> I simply want to download the latest software project that was put here by
> the developer.
> For instance, when I visit Higlabo on codeplex.com:
> http://higlabo.codeplex.com/ he says that he moved to GitHub. So, when I
> go to GitHub: https://github.com/higty/higlabo,
> how do I download the latest version of his software?
> Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
So go to https://github.com/higty/higlabo
Locate the big green button toward the top right labelled "Clone or
Download", and click it
In the drop down dialog, at bottom right, is the magic "Download Zip"
This will down load the 7.5 Mb of the main code at the latest version. The
latest version is the one listed in the box labelled "Branch" toward the
left and will most likely be 'Master'
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