Most people should use stable LessTif releases.
People with specific problems that have just been fixed should
use the most recent version of the source, straight from the CVS repository.
If you want to use CVS, keep reading this text.
If not, you might want to go to the
We need people to test the current sources, so if you are up to it, go ahead!
It is however a good idea to subscribe to our
to stay informed what's actually going on.
You can also browse the CVS repository using your favourite web browser. This is obviously not useful for downloading the complete source tree. It is just a convenient way to use CVS's versioning mechanism to figure out exactly what has changed recently in specific files. Or just retrieve a few specific sources themselves. The browsable CVS is at http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/lesstif/lesstif.
To build LessTif from a CVS checkout you will also need libtool,
automake and autoconf.
For further informtaion please refer to our installation instructions.
-Poption when updating.
cvs update -d -P
~/.cvsrc. Here's an example:
diff -u update -P -d cvs -q -z9
-Doption). However some people forget that CVS remembers these settings ("sticky bit") and won't update to the current level unless indicated to so. Specifying the current date will only help once, better remove the sticky bits by the