It currently supports:
- Upgradable tcl, tk, itcl, itk, binutils-gdb via git submodules.
- Use of the latest (i.e.: today) submodules versions.
- Bundled iwidgets snapshot (20140625).
- gdb in synchronous mode only.
- libgui's tkTable working even in 64-bit mode.
- Compiles and runs on Linux (other platforms not tested).
- Submodule fixes via embedded patches.
- A freedesktop launcher file.
- Production of complete source tarballs.
The old CVS log has been dropped: however the ChangeLog files have been
It's "experimental", and is intended to supply some "reference"
repository while the official sourceware repository is not populated.
On 08/15/2014 03:16 PM, Keith Seitz wrote:
>> It's "experimental", and is intended to supply some "reference"
>> repository while the official sourceware repository is not populated.
>> Comments and pull requests are welcome :-)
I've never used git submodules before, so keep this in mind. Following
the README instructions:
> $ git submodule foreach --recursive git pull
[i.e., it did nothing]
I'm glad you're feeling better.
> What did work for me was:
> $ git submodule init
Sure! Submodules have to be initialized. I never pretended to have a
full git doc in the insight README :-)
Another way to get the whole stuff at once is to use "git clone
The info in the README file assumes you already have a "populated"
clone... But we can update it...
> I have a bunch of follow-up comments to make. I'll try to get those
down in email in the next few days.
I'll receive them with great pleasure.
> Thank you for your work on this. It is nice to have some help.
P.S.: about the RedHat insight user that had tested github insight:
he/she can contact me about problems via e-mail or comments at github.