[racket-dev] The repository is now split

From: Stephen Chang (stchang at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Fri Dec 5 13:00:15 EST 2014

Did a fresh clone and then make (Debian 7.4) and got the error below,
even though git is not down. Do we need to increase the timeout?

Downloading https://github.com/racket/icons/tarball/d6ec572b628874361c104858dad2a574119872fb
Downloading https://github.com/racket/images/tarball/3458568c6ba363ae9510adf4ec5001aef582f651
Downloading https://github.com/racket/lazy/tarball/fca189e90c6ab9bb5101d99b67d57c9ba010b83c
tcp-connect: connection failed
  address: codeload.github.com
  port number: 443
  step: 6
  system error: Connection timed out; errno=110

On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 2:58 PM, Matthew Flatt <mflatt at cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> In cooperation with Sam, I've pushed a change to the way that `make`
> links the content of "pkgs". If you run `make` again, it should tell
> you to delete your old
>   racket/etc/config.rktd
> Also, the "native-pkgs" submodule is gone. The problem that John saw
> with "libintl.8.dylib" has been fixed by updating the native-library
> packages on "pkgs.racket-lang.org". You'll need to use `raco pkg
> update` to get those updates!
> For now, use `git pull` to update core Racket and the handful of
> packages in "pkgs". Use `raco pkg update` to update anything else. We
> expect to make `raco pkg update` apply to everything (i.e., to imply a
> `git pull` in the main repository's directory), but we're not there,
> yet.
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