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Using Git to Build Latest Korn Shell Sources

Up until a couple of months ago, if you wanted to build ksh93 (Korn Shell) from the source, you had to download the latest source code tarball from AT&T Labs Research. Such tarballs were released several times a year. Now you can use git to clone the latest sources for ast-open which includes ksh93: $ git clone Cloning into ‘ast-open’… remote: Counting objects: 41554, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (5477/5477), done. remote: Total 41554 (delta 35246), reused 41554 (delta 35246) Receiving objects: 100% (41554/41554), 37.07 MiB | 934 KiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (35246/35246), done. $ To build ast-open: