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Re: Bootstraping libraries on Windows

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Yes they will.  Sbt should handle resolving everything when it's ready.

  There is a jar in tools that could resolve everything, but how do we get the jar to begin with or fix bugs without drastically increasing repo sizes?  This is why we went with bash + uname + shasum as they default requirements.   I've always used cygwin or msys in windows and both work.  It does require an install currently, but all the other options (sbt included) also required an install.  This way, we could move to github faster.  Sbt build should come around shortly, but still needs some fine tuning.

On Dec 2, 2011 9:34 PM, "Trond Olsen" <trond [at] steinbit [dot] org> wrote:

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