31st August 2010
I’ve moved the development of Flint from GoogleCode to GitHub. I will continue to maintain the GoogleCode repository for those that are used to using it, but active development will now take place on the GitHub repository, with updates to the GoogleCode repository when a new version is released.
The GitHub repository is in two parts. The core, at http://github.com/richardlord/Flint, contains the source code for Flint. The second repository, at http://github.com/richardlord/Flint-examples, contains the examples. Documentation and compiled swcs are no longer in the repository but are available as downloads.
If you want to use SVN but want to access the GitHub repository, this is possible although the repository can’t be browsed so your SVN software will likely throw errors when doing anything other than check-out. The URLs for SVN access are http://svn.github.com/richardlord/Flint.git and http://svn.github.com/richardlord/Flint-examples.git.