On 04/28/2012 08:27 AM, E. Liddell wrote: > I poked the git server at freedesktop.org, where poppler resides, and found what > appears to be the series of commits that removed QT3 support (five on Jan. 16, > 2011, plus an outlier about a month later). Full diffs for these commits are > stored, so depending on how much the codebase has changed in the past year, > we may be able to just revert them. That would be fantastic. I may still have all the older poppler sources (somewhere). I we can just revert the changes in the current code, that would be the best case, but if not, I have the last freedesktop sources before the commits. I'll hunt them down if needed, but I guess you GIT masters could just tell freedesktop to spit the code out as it existed on 1/15/2011. For my education -- "How do you do that?" Say I wanted to clone the repository as it existed prior to the 1/16/2011 changes, what would the git command look like? -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.