A list of possible tasks is maintained here. Other ideas and contributions are welcome.
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Miredo source code is managed with the stupid content tracker (aka git) open-source version control software. You can obtain anonymous read access to the source code at :
Note, that use of the source code is subject to the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2.
The development trunk is mainly meant for people who wants to contribute to the project, to perform beta-tests or to use bleeding-edge stuff. If that is not your case, you should rather use the release tarballs from the Download section, or better yet official packages from your operating system vendor.
If you want to check out the latest development version, run :
git clone http://git.remlab.net/git/miredo.git
Source code obtained from Subversion purposedly lacks automatically generated files that are present in the release source tarballs (e.g. autoconf & automake stuff). To generate these, you should run the included ./autogen.sh shell script.
Development versions are often buggy. Sometimes, they don’t even compile.
You can also find stable releases as git tags.