i am gearing up to re-establish a current version of Aloft at WoWAce/Curse (so that the folks using that updater can get access to the addon).
i have control of the Aloft project here at WoWAce. however, one of Aloft's dependencies (along with Ace3, pieces of LibBabble, and etc) is TagCompiler-2.0. i know that TagCompiler-2.0 was once a WoWAce project, but it doesn't seem to exist any more.
very old Aloft depended on TagCompiler-1.0. but, while i can find the SVN repository for TagCompiler-1.0, i cannot find one for TagCompiler-2.0.
is there anyone out there with more complete (than mine) "browse" access to the WoWAce SVN repository who could provide a repository URL for TagCompiler-2.0 (or verify that indeed it no longer exists)?
p.s. failing that, i believe Aloft is/was the only user of TagCompiler-X, ever, so personally i don't think it really needs to be maintained separately and configured as a dependency. Aloft currently bundles it as a "library" purely for historical reasons.
yes, thank you! could swear i tried that SVN URL (and variations), but obviously i did something wrong. and alas, a WoWAce addon search of even abandoned projects (via "LibTagCompiler-2.0" and variations) does not seem to turn up anything.
anyway, the link is a big help. this does seem to exist, and i can find it now. thanks again.
paradoxically, searching for "Aloft" (via the WoWAce addon search) does not yield the page for Aloft... but it does (now, suddenly, via behavior that seems to have changed in the last day or so) yield the page for TagCompiler-2.0.
does WoWAce archive content "offline", and resurrect/"online" it automatically if/when accessed? i worked on a mass storage project like that many years ago...
LibTagCompiler-2.0 wouldn't have shown up in a search before the last day or so unless you changed the search filters to include projects labeled "abandoned", since the project hadn't been touched in ages.