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There is a lot of artickles about this, but i did not find step by step guide. I have installed bazaar and only want to get latest source code version of openERP v7...
If possible, you should skip the launchpad version and head over directly to github. Anyway, here is what I do (as the user I want the code under).
Configure bazaar for use if not done already:
- bzr whoami "Nemanja Dragovic <email@example.com>"
- mkdir openerp (for example in your home directory)
- cd openerp
- bzr branch lp:openobject-server/7.0 server
When this is done, also get the addons and web modules:
- bzr branch lp:openobject-addons/7.0 addons
- bzr branch lp:openobject-web/7.0 web
Alternatively, if using github, use these steps (assuming git has been installed):
- mkdir openerp
- cd openerp
- git clone https://github.com/odoo/odoo.git odoo
When this is done:
- cd odoo
- git checkout -r origin/7.0
And you should be on the right version as well. No need for seperate downloads of web/addons, its all included in the git repository.
Hope this helps!
OpenERP has moved from bzr/launchpad to git/github. It can be that the code is still available on launchpad but if you start right now I strongly suggest to get started with git & download the code from github. I am a novice with this myself, so I can provide only basic info but that might get you going at least. I assume you are on a linux machine. The followint commands are working for ubuntu & debian
- sudo apt-get install git
- cd /path/to/folder *
- sudo git clone --branch 7.0 https://github.com/odoo/odoo or sudo git clone --branch 7.0 https://github.com/OCA/OCB **
* wherever you want to download the sourcedode to. If you want to run Odoo on this machine this would be inside of /opt. But I suggest to follow a howto for an installation because there is a little more to it then downloading the source code
** this 'clones' the sourcecode into a local repository. If you want to study the code that might be sufficient
I guess it would be a good idea to study how to get around with git a little
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