Many thanks to Sergei Nikulov for his assistance and persistence in enabling the migration from Subversion to Git.
The repository can be browsed here
Anonymous downloads from the Git repository are possible using a number of popular clients:
There are two separate respositories: ptlib, and opal
The top level URL for these repositories are:
The head of the main trunk revision of these modules (which is also the development revision) can be extracted using the following commands:
To extract a stable branch of OPAL and PTLib, use the following commands
where vA_B is the current version e.g. PTLib version 2.2.x would be v2_2, similarly vC_D for OPAL version 3.2.x would be v3_2. For example:
To extract a formal stable release of OPAL and PTLib, use the following commands
where vA_B_C is the current version e.g. PTLib version 2.8.3 would be v2_8_3, similarly vD_E_F for OPAL version 3.8.3 would be v3_8_3. For example:
The Git master branch has odd version numbers and stable revisions are always in branches with even numbers. The development trunk will also be marked as "alpha" when you get version numbers strings from the libraries. The even numbered stable branch are marked as "beta". Only the formally released tar balls, and their associated "tagged" Git tags/branvhes do not have "alpha" or "beta" associated with them.
See the Wiki page on Version Numbering for more information on the versions available.