The "/tarball" page:
Generate a compressed tarball for the check-in specified by VERSION. The tarball is called NAME.tar.gz and has a top-level directory called NAME.
The optional VERSION element defaults to "trunk" per the r= rules below. All of the following URLs are equivalent:
/tarball/release/xyz.tar.gz /tarball?r=release&name=xyz.tar.gz /tarball/xyz.tar.gz?r=release /tarball?name=release/xyz.tar.gz
- The optional CKIN component of the name= parameter identifies the check-in from which the tarball is constructed. If CKIN is omitted and there is no r= query parameter, then use "trunk". NAME is the name of the download file. The top-level directory in the generated tarball is called by NAME with the file extension removed.
- TAG identifies the check-in that is turned into a compressed tarball. The default value is "trunk". If r= is omitted and if the name= query parameter contains one "/" character then the of part the name= value before the / becomes the TAG and the part of the name= value after the / is the download filename. If no check-in is specified by either name= or r=, then "trunk" is used.
- Only include files that match the comma-separate list of GLOB patterns in PATTERN, as with ex=
- Omit any file that match PATTERN. PATTERN is a comma-separated list of GLOB patterns, where each pattern can optionally be quoted using ".." or '..'. Any file matching both ex= and in= is excluded.