libgit 2 exists?

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libgit 2 exists?
Hello guys, At the website of libgit2 (https://libgit2.github.com/) Amiga is mentioned. Is there a port of this library? Is it usable? I checked the aminet and os4depot, but I didn't find anything.
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Re: libgit 2 exists?
Libgit2 is used in SimpleGit: http://os4depot.net/index.php?function=showfile&file=development/utility/sgit.lha
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But not as a library, right? As it is plain C, is it possible to use it in a new project? I was thinking about a GUI program that uses GIT for your repositories, something like SmartGit.
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You could try building the library yourself. If you're lucky it could be as simple as: sh configure gmake Edit: Looking at the source code I see it is using cmake. So forget what I wrote above about it maybe being simple :-(. You could try contacting Sebastian Bauer, the author of simplegit, and ask if he can send you a ready made compile of libgit2.
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Thank you for your reply...
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SimpleGit. SmartGit. One is more intelligent than the other but it's still a Git. :-D Anyway, we have a port of CMake, it should be on the Depot. In any case CMake files are easily understood and one could use an IDE like CodeBench to recreate a Makefile. Given most depends at any time a an -llibdependon in some compile flags I wonder why these things get so complicated. :-)
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