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 For the latest code, you need to make local copies of the [[https://​git.xfce.org/​|GIT repositories]]. This is the place where developers submit their code. If you decide to use GIT, try to use the same branch for all the packages to avoid dependency version problems. For the latest code, you need to make local copies of the [[https://​git.xfce.org/​|GIT repositories]]. This is the place where developers submit their code. If you decide to use GIT, try to use the same branch for all the packages to avoid dependency version problems.
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 +<note information>​For additional information about using Git with Xfce, see the [[https://​docs.xfce.org/​contribute/​dev/​git/​start|Xfce and git information]] page.</​note>​
  
 You first need to make clones of each GIT repository, like the command below, where ''​$category''​ is for example ''​xfce''​ and ''​$module''​ ''​xfce4-panel''​. If you click on a module in the [[https://​git.xfce.org/​xfce|online repository]] list, the clone uri is shown at the bottom of the page. You first need to make clones of each GIT repository, like the command below, where ''​$category''​ is for example ''​xfce''​ and ''​$module''​ ''​xfce4-panel''​. If you click on a module in the [[https://​git.xfce.org/​xfce|online repository]] list, the clone uri is shown at the bottom of the page.
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 Hopefully everything went fine after reading this guide. If you still have problems or questions you can ask on the [[http://​xfce.org/​community#​mail|Xfce users mailing list]], the [[http://​forum.xfce.org|forum]] or ask distribution related questions on their forums and mailing lists. Hopefully everything went fine after reading this guide. If you still have problems or questions you can ask on the [[http://​xfce.org/​community#​mail|Xfce users mailing list]], the [[http://​forum.xfce.org|forum]] or ask distribution related questions on their forums and mailing lists.
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