Commit fbe35a96 authored by kkm's avatar kkm

Addressing @danpovey comments: svn is still a prerequisite; svn mirror is not...

Addressing @danpovey comments: svn is still a prerequisite; svn mirror is not maintained; version control paragraph in tutorial_code.dox rewritten.
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\section install_download Dowloading Kaldi
We have now transitioned to
GitHub for all future development. We still intend to maintain a
read-only Subversion mirror of the GitHub parent, located at SourceForge and mirrored
by us.
We have now transitioned to GitHub for all future development.
You first need to install Git. The most current version of Kaldi,
possibly including unfinished and experimental features, can
be downloaded by typing into a shell:
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\endverbatim
or you can invoke gdb without arguments and then type "r arg1 arg2..." at the prompt.
\todo This paragraph is full of lies!
When you are done, and it compiles, type
\verbatim
svn diff
\endverbatim
to see what changes you made. If you are contributing to the Kaldi project and you
are planning to commit code in the near future, you
may want to revert the changes you made so you don't accidentally commit them. The following
commands will save the file you modified in case you need it later, and will revert to
the original version:
\verbatim
cp matrix-lib-test.cc matrix-lib-test.cc.tmp
svn revert matrix-lib-test.cc
\endverbatim
If you actually wanted to commit the changes, and you had an account on Sourceforge, you
would have to ask us to add you to the Kaldi project, and you would type something like
\verbatim
svn commit --username=your_sourceforge_username -m "Added a unit-test in matrix/ directory."
git diff
\endverbatim
to see what changes you made. If you are contributing to the Kaldi project and
planning to send us code in the near future, you
may want to commit them to a branch as described in the \tutorial_git, so that you
can generate a clean <a href="https://help.github.com/articles/using-pull-requests/">
GitHub pull request</a> later. We recommend that you familiarize
yourself with Git branches even if you are not contributing your changes
outright; Git is a powerful tool to maintain your local code changes as well as
those you may contribute.
\section tutorial_code_acoustic Acoustic modeling code
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a different distribution of the RM data with a different layout.
The system requirements are fairly basic. We assume that you have tools
including wget, git, awk, perl and so on, or that you know how to install them.
including wget, git, svn, awk, perl and so on, or that you know how to install them.
The most difficult part of the installation process relates to the math library
ATLAS; if this is not already installed as a library on your system you will
have to compile it, and this requires that CPU throttling be turned off, which
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