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Spark 2.6.0 beta source available?

Can we have spark 2.6.0 beta **source **in svn for customizing to our branded version

any possibilities or is it already available somewhere ?

You can find the latest sources here http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/source.jsp Unless you need an untoched 2.6.0 source. Then i’m not sure how can you obtain it, as svn had a lot of changes since the last Beta release.

I clearly asked 2.6.0 Beta not the 2.5.8 source.

Well. I didn’t point you to 2.5.8 source, i just gave you the link to a page where you can find all the sources. So, do you need exactly 2.6.0 Beta 2 sources and not the latest? I assume Beta 2, though there was also Beta 1 before, but only Beta 2 setup is available at the Downloads now. After asking around i now know how to get Beta 2 sources. You will need to pull svn revision 10831 as it seems that Beta 2 was based on this revision (http://www.igniterealtime.org/fisheye/changelog/svn-org/spark/trunk?cs=10831). So, in my previous message i already gave you the link where you can find the URL to access Spark svn repository. In your SVN client you will have to specify 10831 revision to synchronize, then you should get Beta 2 source.

Sorry wroot, no offense. I apologize for anything rude, but that statement was after that i was aware of the svn source

Even in svn i couldnt find a 2.6.0 latest source. The maximum source i got is 1 which says 2.6.0 beta 2 but that too it had lots of bugs + lacking features which the exe compiled version it site has.

For eg. the actions > view downloads opens a folder in the svn source but in the downloaded it shows a window within app listing downloads

secondly, while in system style theme, the svn source doesnt open the advanced button, but the downloaded exe stuff works

ok i am downloading that revision, will update asap

I have just tested with 2.6.0 Beta 2 installer and 10831 source revisions. Indeed, View Downloads behaves differently, though i have never seen this Downloads list window before. And i dont see any need of it, probably that’s why it was removed from the sources, though can’t say in what revision. But the Advanced button works for me in installer and svn versions with System theme.

If you still need the 10831 revision, then you have to use some SVN client, e.g. TortoiseSVN. I prefer RapidSVN. So in RapidSVN i do like this to get the latest sources:

Repository > Checkout
URL http://svn.igniterealtime.org/svn/repos/spark/trunk
Destination Directory D:\My Documents\JiveSoftware\Spark
Add to bookmark, Recursive
OK
Close RapidSVN
Open
Double click the bookmark
button - Update selected
OK

So on the Checkout window you need to uncheck “Use latest” and enter 10831 number.

I still got a source which opens download folder rather than window. i downloaded by keeping revision 10831

Yes. 10831 behaves like that. You will have to go back in revisions and test every revision to find out which revision is doing this the way you want. I mean, here http://www.igniterealtime.org/fisheye/changelog/svn-org/spark/trunk?cs=10831 you can press back and see what revision was before. It was 10809, then 10753. You will have to sync and recompile . You can actually try skipping 5 or 10 revisions. I went through the list of revisions and i dont see this change documented in the changelog, so, probably it wasnt documented.

See my question is not about a download feauture, wat i am trying to track down is is this the exact nightly build, the latest to minute stuff. i am looking for that only.

I think this is the same version i obtained(without putting revision number)

from svn link

http://svn.igniterealtime.org/svn/repos/spark/trunk

Not sure i quite understand you last message. I think it would be hard to find the exact source on what 2.6.0 Beta 2 was actually built. It sees that it’s not 10831. As Andrew is not active in this community anymore (and he was the main svn commiter back then) and Daniel isnt working for Jive anymore (and he was building the last Beta 2 installer), it’s nearly impossible to track these things. As i said you can only try pulling revision after revision and test by this View Download feature. If some revision behaves as installer, then there is a chance that this revision is the exact source, but no guarantees.