I want to install tab bar to see buffer names at the top and jump between them with Ctrl-Up/Down. Yes, I know that some people doesn't recommend it for emacs, but I don't agree with them - I do like
ido but I like tabs too.
Anyway, when I open most obvious source on emacswiki, it gives me link to sourceforge saying that it is outdated and if I want the newer version I should look at debian packages. I'm not a debian user, know nothing about their package manager and it sounds strange that such popular package is updated only by developers of some distribution (not emacs dev).
However I have found this package also on melpa, where according to the version number (20140316.600) it was updated this year, so relatively new. But if I click (in melpa) on "Homepage" it redirects me to git page where there is yet another different "last commit" date (even newer!). To add to the mess git once again refers to different site, this time back to emacswiki, but it is written in such a way that I'm not sure if
git version is a fork of emacswiki ones or they are the same and both the fork of aquamacs.
Can anyone shed light which version is the current one, say official? Or is it that there are only random patches here and there done by random people and none of package is official?