To check out ISC DHCP source, type:
git clone https://source.isc.org/git/dhcp.git
This will create a local directory called dhcp which will contain all branches of the source code.
Branch names are of the form v4_X, where X represents the second
number in the ISC DHCP 4 version number. So for example, to check out the ISC DHCP 4.2 branch go into the dhcp directory and run:
Extended Release Version branches are named slightly differently, but
following the same pattern. To view the latest development version of
DHCP 4.1-ESV-Rx, you would want to check out branch v4_1_ESV.
To later update your repository, go into the dhcp directory and type:
git checkout BRANCH
git pull origin BRANCH
...where BRANCH is the branch you are interested in viewing.
Whenever a branch is ready for publication, a tag will be placed of the form v4_X_Y. The 4.2.5 release, for instance, is tagged as v4_2_5.
The branch in which the next major release is being developed is called master.
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