Public access to polymake svn repository?

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Public access to polymake svn repository?

Postby pcpa » 24 Jan 2013, 22:57

I believe some information about it should be added to the
wiki, so that people could look at the latest bits.

I understand that the reason of it being not available may have
been people using unstable svn snapshots, if that is the case,
please just ignore my question.

Some background info about this question is that I am
acting as reviewer of a fedora polymake package at but
I also happen to make packages to another distro,
and am working on merging as much as possible several
packages I maintain, for example, update
to match the fedora package.

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Re: Public access to polymake svn repository?

Postby joswig » 25 Jan 2013, 15:41

We are in the middle of preparing svn-snapshots (which are supposed to be slightly more stable than a random checkout). You might want to try today's version 20130125. Stay tuned for more info in our wiki.

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Re: Public access to polymake svn repository?

Postby assarf » 28 Jan 2013, 08:48

Hey there,

since last Friday we offer public access to the svn repository. You find information on how to use it in the download section (under perpetual beta). Or just click this link: click
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