Enano uses Mercurial as a revision control system. This site is a way to browse the latest bleeding-edge Enano source code.
Sometimes this site isn't completely up-to-date. All repositories are synced with the non-public master server (Nighthawk) via SSH every two hours. The synchronization occurs every odd GMT hour at the half, so for example syncs would occur at 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, and so forth. If we commit something important, sometimes we'll force a sync early. It all depends on the circumstances. Rarely, Nighthawk goes down for maintenance or whatever; if this is the case, the syncs won't occur, but you'll still be able to access the repositories here.
Want a copy of Enano that you can develop and test on but without messing up your repository? Use the development repository creation script (Windows batch file version). It allows you to use symlinks to maintain a clean Enano source code repository but still have full caching, file upload, and installation abilities. When you edit Enano core code, modify the files in the /repo/ directory this script creates. All other custom/ modified code should go outside of the repo/ directory. This is the required directory format for everyone that wants to submit patches.
If you're just here to grab a copy of the latest bleeding-edge Enano source code, these links may be of help to you:
If this page doesn't have what you're looking for, you can proceed to the repository index.