Install shell script not working anymore because of the change from svn to git
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As some of you might noticed, the nice install shell script isn't working anymore because of the repository change from svn to git.
So I decided to update the current shell script, so that it'll work with the new applied git repository.
Although I am not the bash geek, the script is working fine. But maybe the author of the original svn install script (or somebody else) has a look at it and does a little refactor (especially in the wgetresource() method; --output-file didn't work well with the pipe to progressfilt(), so there is little hacky solution right now to get the files correctly).
Nevertheless here it is - see attachment. Have a nice weekend.
Updated by Ingo Renner 12 months ago
- Status changed from New to Resolved
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thanks, it's been fixed in the EAP version already, we just need to sync this change. We plan to have a release by the end of next week.