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One of the very first results on google is this

GitHub - jwiegley/org-mode: This is a very old fork of Org-mode, but it's ...
https://github.com/jwiegley/org-mode

but I don't think that's the one I'm after.

Update: When I said "on the web" I meant browsable on the web. So using web browser I can

  • see how active the repo is (eg. GitHub shows this)
  • see how a file has changed over the years
  • view README in browser
  • etc

I appreciate Phils answer, but doing git clone or looking at auto generated org manuals or downloading tar.gz1 or zip1 on the web isn't what I was looking for.

  • Re: your update, how does "You can browse the development version from code.orgmode.org" not facilitate all of those needs? – phils Sep 14 '18 at 13:20
  • I didn't see that code.orgmode.org before. sorry about that – american-ninja-warrior Sep 14 '18 at 14:24
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The very first result on google for "org-mode" is: https://orgmode.org/

Which is, as will immediately be apparent upon viewing, the home page for org-mode.

A few lines down that page you will read:

Get it with M-x package-install RET org RET (see Org ELPA).

Or download it as a tar.gz1 or zip1 archives.

You can browse the development version from https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode or clone the repo:

~$ git clone https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode.git

Daily snapshots of the development version: tar.gz or zip


1 These links removed, as they would become rapidly out-dated.

  • code.orgmode.org when visited using google chrome doesn't provide anything useful, its a page about dogs – american-ninja-warrior Oct 8 '18 at 23:25
  • I'm looking for a web browsable code repo of org mode – american-ninja-warrior Oct 8 '18 at 23:25
  • In an attempt to eliminate all conceivable confusion from the use of a hyperlink, I've now edited the link text to be 100% identical to the link target. – phils Oct 8 '18 at 23:42

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