1.1 Getting GNU ease.js
If you simply want to use ease.js in your project, you may be interested in simply grabbing an archive (tarball, zip, etc), or installing through your favorite package manger. More information on those options will become available as ease.js nears its first release.
If you are interested in building ease.js, you need to get a hold of the source tree. Either download an archive (tarball, zip, etc), or clone the Git repository. We will do the latter in the example below. Feel free to clone from your favorite source.
# to clone from GitHub (do one or the other, not both) $ git clone git://github.com/mikegerwitz/easejs # to clone from Gitorious (do one or the other, not both) $ git clone git://gitorious.org/easejs/easejs.git
The repository will be cloned into the ./easejs directory.