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== Source Repositories and Revision Control ==
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KDE uses a central online repository to store our Source Code and to track changes made to the code.  Currently, KDE is in the middle of migrating our main repository from Subversion (SVN) to Git, so some software modules currently live in Git while others are still only available from Subversion.  This means you will need to become familiar with both systems.
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For more information on using Git in KDE, please see the [[Development/Git|KDE Git]] page.
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== Source Repositories and Revision Control == <!--T:1-->
  
For more information on using Subversion, please see the following pages which may be outdated with regards to which modules live in SVN:
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* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Anonymous_SVN]]
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KDE uses a central online repository to store our Source Code and to track changes made to the code.  Currently, KDE is in the middle of migrating our main repository from [[/Subversion|Subversion (svn)]] to [[Development/Git|Git]], so some software modules currently live in Git while others are still only available from Subversion.  This means you will need to become familiar with both systems.
* [[Getting_Started/Sources/Using_Subversion_with_KDE]]
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== KDE Software Modules ==
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== Obtaining The Source Code == <!--T:3-->
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Within the KDE Source Repository the code is organized in projects and modules.  There are also a number of high-level groupings of KDE Software.
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There are three main ways of doing this:
  
=== Module Groups ===
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* Directly access the ''KDE Source Repository'' using either '''Git''' or '''Subversion''' to copy the source code as it currently is with a full history of all changes.  In '''Git''' this is know as ''Cloning the repository'', in '''Subversion''' it is ''Checking-Out the code''.  This is most commonly done if you want to actively develop the code. The '''git''' repositories are available at [https://projects.kde.org/projects projects.kde.org].
  
'''KDE Software Compilation (aka KDE SC):''' This is an informal term covering all the KDE Software which is released together on the regular KDE Release Cycle.
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* Download a tarball snapshot of the Source Repository to bootstrap a '''Git''' clone or '''Subversion''' checkout.  This is a good option if you have a slow or unreliable internet connection.  See the [[/Snapshots|Source Snapshots]] page for more details.
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* Download a tarball snapshot of just the code as at a given time or release.  This is most commonly done if you do not want to develop the code itself but just want to use it for a stable system installation, testing a release, or developing applications outside of the KDE SC.
  
'''KDE Development Platform:''' This group is defined as those KDE Modules that are required to run a KDE Application, i.e. the core libraries and runtime dependencies.
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Note that "Checkout" has a different meaning in '''Git''' than it does in '''Subversion'''.
  
'''KDE Workspace (aka Plasma):''' This group is defined as those KDE Modules that are needed to run a workspace, such as the Desktop or Netbook.  This group is not needed to run a KDE Application under another workspace such as Gnome or Windows.
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== KDE Software Modules == <!--T:8-->
  
'''KDE Applications:''' This group is defined as those KDE modules built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure and are released as part of the regular KDE Release Cycle, i.e. they are part of the KDE SC.
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Within the KDE Source Repository the code is organized in ''Projects'' and ''Modules''. There are also a number of high-level groupings of the Modules.
  
'''KDE Extragear:'''  This group is defined as those applications built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure and have a stable release but are not part of a KDE Module and are not released as part of the regular KDE Release Cycle, i.e. they are not part of the KDE SC.
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=== Qt KDE === <!--T:10-->
  
'''KDE Playground:''' This group is defined as those applications built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure but have not yet had a stable release and may never be released.
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The '''Qt KDE''' module is a clone of the latest Qt release.
  
'''KDE Review:''' This group is those applications that are being reviewed for inclusion into a KDE Module or KDE Extragear, usually moving over from KDE Playground.
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The Qt KDE module is available from '''Git''':
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* https://projects.kde.org/projects/qt
  
'''KDE Support:''' This group is a set of libraries that have been developed by KDE and that various KDE modules depend upon but are not themselves dependent on the KDE Development Platform.  These libraries can thus be used by non-KDE applications without having to rely on KDE as well.
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=== KDE Support === <!--T:13-->
  
=== KDE Modules ===
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The '''KDE Support''' group is a set of tools and libraries that have been developed by KDE and that various KDE modules depend upon but are not themselves dependent on the KDE Development Platform.  These libraries can thus be used by non-KDE applications without having to rely on KDE as well.
  
kdelibs
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The KDE Support group is currently split between '''Git''' and '''SVN''':
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* https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdesupport
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* http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/kdesupport/
  
kdepimlibs
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=== KDE Software Compilation === <!--T:16-->
  
kde-runtime
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The ''KDE Software Compilation'' (aka KDE SC) is an informal term covering all the KDE Software which is released together on the regular KDE Release Cycle.
  
kde-workspace
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The KDE SC group is currently split between '''Git''' and '''SVN''':
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* https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde
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* http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/
  
kde-baseapps
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==== KDE Development Platform ==== <!--T:19-->
  
kdepim-runtime
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The ''KDE Development Platform'' group is defined as those KDE Modules that are required to run a KDE Application, i.e. the core libraries and runtime dependencies.
  
kdepim
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The KDE Development Platform is available from '''Git''':
  
kdeaccessibility
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdelibs KDE Libraries (kdelibs)]
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdepimlibs KDE PIM Libraries (kdepimlibs)]
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kde-runtime KDE Runtime (kde-runtime)]
  
kdeadmin
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==== KDE Base Applications ==== <!--T:23-->
  
kdeartwork
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The ''KDE Base Applications'' group is defined as those basic applications that are required by the Workspace and other Applications, such as file management, terminal emulation and text editing.
  
kdebindings
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The KDE Base Applications are available from '''Git''':
  
kdeexamples
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/applications/kde-baseapps KDE Base Applications (kde-baseapps)]
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/applications/konsole Konsole terminal emulator (konsole)]
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/applications/kate Kate text editor (kate)]
  
kdeedu
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==== KDE Workspace ==== <!--T:27-->
  
kdegames
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The ''KDE Workspace'' group (aka ''Plasma'') is defined as those KDE Modules that are needed to run a workspace, such as the Desktop or Netbook.  This group is not needed to run a KDE Application under another workspace such as Gnome or Windows.
  
kdegraphics
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kde-workspace KDE Workspace (kde-workspace)]
  
kdenetwork
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==== KDE Applications ==== <!--T:30-->
  
kdemultimedia
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The ''KDE Applications'' group is defined as those KDE modules built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure and are released as part of the regular KDE Release Cycle, i.e. they are part of the '''KDE SC'''.
  
kdeplasma-addons
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The KDE Applications group is currently split between Git and SVN:
  
kdesdk
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* KDE Accessibility (kdeaccessibility)
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** http://community.kde.org/Accessibility
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** https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdeaccessibility
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdeadmin/ KDE Admin (kdeadmin)]
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdeartwork/ KDE Artwork (kdeartwork)]
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* KDE Bindings (kdebindings)
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** http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdebindings/
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** https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdebindings
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdeexamples KDE Examples (kdeexamples)]
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* KDE Education (kdeedu)
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** http://edu.kde.org/
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** https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdeedu
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* KDE Games (kdegames)
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** http://games.kde.org/
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** http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdegames/
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdegraphics KDE Graphics (kdegraphics)]
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdemultimedia/ KDE Multimedia (kdemultimedia) ]
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdenetwork/ KDE Network (kdenetwork)]
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdeplasma-addons Plasma Addons (kdeplasma-addons)]
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* KDE PIM / Kontact
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** [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdepim KDE PIM(kdepim)]
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** [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdepim-runtime KDE PIM Runtime (kdepim-runtime)]
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdesdk/ KDE SDK (kdesdk)]
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdetoys/ KDE Toys (kdetoys)]
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdeutils/ KDE Utilities (kdeutils)]
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/KDE/kdewebdev/ KDE Web Development (kdewebdev)]
  
kdetoys
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=== KDE Extragear === <!--T:34-->
  
kdeutils
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The ''KDE Extragear'' group is defined as those applications built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure and have a stable release but are not part of a KDE Module and are not released as part of the regular KDE Release Cycle, i.e. they are not part of the '''KDE SC'''.
  
kdewebdev
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The KDE Extragear group is currently split between Git and SVN:
  
== Obtaining The Source ==
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* http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/extragear/
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* https://projects.kde.org/projects/extragear
  
There are 3 main ways of doing this:
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=== KDE Playground === <!--T:38-->
  
* Download a tarball snapshot of the code as at a given time or release.  This is most commonly done if you do not want to develop the code itself but just want to use it for a stable system installation, testing a release, or developing applications outside of the KDE SC.
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* Clone a copy of the project repository from Git
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The '''KDE Playground''' group is defined as those applications built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure but have not yet had a stable release and may never be released.
* Checkout a copy of the project repository from Subversion
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For developing on the unstable branch of the KDE SC it is recommended you Clone or Checkout the required repositories.
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The KDE Playground group is currently split between Git and SVN:
  
Note that Checkout has a different meaning in Git than it does in Subversion.
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* http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/playground/
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* https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground
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=== KDE Review === <!--T:42-->
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The ''KDE Review'' group is defined as those applications that are being reviewed for inclusion in a KDE Module or KDE Extragear, usually moving over from ''KDE Playground''.
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The KDE Review group is available from Git:
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdereview KDE Review (kdereview)]
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=== KDE Translations === <!--T:46-->
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* [http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/l10n-kde4/ KDE Translations (i18n)]
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=== KDE Websites === <!--T:48-->
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KDE Websites (websites/www)
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* http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/www/
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* https://projects.kde.org/projects/websites
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=== KOffice === <!--T:51-->
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KOffice (koffice) git, stable in svn
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* http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/koffice/
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* https://projects.kde.org/projects/koffice
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=== Calligra === <!--T:54-->
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* [https://projects.kde.org/projects/calligra '''Calligra''' (calligra)]
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[[Category:Getting Started]]
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Contents

[edit] Source Repositories and Revision Control

KDE uses a central online repository to store our Source Code and to track changes made to the code. Currently, KDE is in the middle of migrating our main repository from Subversion (svn) to Git, so some software modules currently live in Git while others are still only available from Subversion. This means you will need to become familiar with both systems.

[edit] Obtaining The Source Code

There are three main ways of doing this:

  • Directly access the KDE Source Repository using either Git or Subversion to copy the source code as it currently is with a full history of all changes. In Git this is know as Cloning the repository, in Subversion it is Checking-Out the code. This is most commonly done if you want to actively develop the code. The git repositories are available at projects.kde.org.
  • Download a tarball snapshot of the Source Repository to bootstrap a Git clone or Subversion checkout. This is a good option if you have a slow or unreliable internet connection. See the Source Snapshots page for more details.
  • Download a tarball snapshot of just the code as at a given time or release. This is most commonly done if you do not want to develop the code itself but just want to use it for a stable system installation, testing a release, or developing applications outside of the KDE SC.

Note that "Checkout" has a different meaning in Git than it does in Subversion.

[edit] KDE Software Modules

Within the KDE Source Repository the code is organized in Projects and Modules. There are also a number of high-level groupings of the Modules.

[edit] Qt KDE

The Qt KDE module is a clone of the latest Qt release.

The Qt KDE module is available from Git:

[edit] KDE Support

The KDE Support group is a set of tools and libraries that have been developed by KDE and that various KDE modules depend upon but are not themselves dependent on the KDE Development Platform. These libraries can thus be used by non-KDE applications without having to rely on KDE as well.

The KDE Support group is currently split between Git and SVN:

[edit] KDE Software Compilation

The KDE Software Compilation (aka KDE SC) is an informal term covering all the KDE Software which is released together on the regular KDE Release Cycle.

The KDE SC group is currently split between Git and SVN:

[edit] KDE Development Platform

The KDE Development Platform group is defined as those KDE Modules that are required to run a KDE Application, i.e. the core libraries and runtime dependencies.

The KDE Development Platform is available from Git:

[edit] KDE Base Applications

The KDE Base Applications group is defined as those basic applications that are required by the Workspace and other Applications, such as file management, terminal emulation and text editing.

The KDE Base Applications are available from Git:

[edit] KDE Workspace

The KDE Workspace group (aka Plasma) is defined as those KDE Modules that are needed to run a workspace, such as the Desktop or Netbook. This group is not needed to run a KDE Application under another workspace such as Gnome or Windows.

[edit] KDE Applications

The KDE Applications group is defined as those KDE modules built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure and are released as part of the regular KDE Release Cycle, i.e. they are part of the KDE SC.

The KDE Applications group is currently split between Git and SVN:

[edit] KDE Extragear

The KDE Extragear group is defined as those applications built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure and have a stable release but are not part of a KDE Module and are not released as part of the regular KDE Release Cycle, i.e. they are not part of the KDE SC.

The KDE Extragear group is currently split between Git and SVN:

[edit] KDE Playground

The KDE Playground group is defined as those applications built on the KDE Development Platform that are hosted by the KDE infrastructure but have not yet had a stable release and may never be released.

The KDE Playground group is currently split between Git and SVN:

[edit] KDE Review

The KDE Review group is defined as those applications that are being reviewed for inclusion in a KDE Module or KDE Extragear, usually moving over from KDE Playground.

The KDE Review group is available from Git:

[edit] KDE Translations

[edit] KDE Websites

KDE Websites (websites/www)

[edit] KOffice

KOffice (koffice) git, stable in svn

[edit] Calligra


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