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The FlightGear project is split up in various repositories. The most important ones are listed below. Each repository contains various branches, of which one the most important ones are listed here.
 
The FlightGear project is split up in various repositories. The most important ones are listed below. Each repository contains various branches, of which one the most important ones are listed here.
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* {{repo link|site=sf|repo=simgear|text=simgear}}: the simulation engine that FlightGear uses.
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* {{simgear source|text=simgear}}: the simulation engine that FlightGear uses.
 
** ''next'': current tip of new development. This branch should always compile and run, but various things could be broken.
 
** ''next'': current tip of new development. This branch should always compile and run, but various things could be broken.
 
** ''release/*'': containing former and ''(if there is already defined one)'' upcoming releases.
 
** ''release/*'': containing former and ''(if there is already defined one)'' upcoming releases.
* {{repo link|site=sf|repo=flightgear|text=flightgear}}: FlightGear itself.
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* {{flightgear source|text=flightgear}}: FlightGear itself.
 
** ''next'': current tip of new development. This branch should always compile and run, but various things could be broken.
 
** ''next'': current tip of new development. This branch should always compile and run, but various things could be broken.
 
** ''release/*'': containing former and ''(if there is already defined one)'' upcoming releases.
 
** ''release/*'': containing former and ''(if there is already defined one)'' upcoming releases.
* {{repo link|site=sf|repo=fgdata|text=fgdata}}: all data (default aircraft, dialogs, sounds) used by FlightGear.
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* {{fgdata source|text=fgdata}}: all data (default aircraft, dialogs, sounds) used by FlightGear.
 
** ''next'': current branch that is used with the ''next'' branch of the code.
 
** ''next'': current branch that is used with the ''next'' branch of the code.
 
** ''release/*'':  used with the ''release'' branch of the code.
 
** ''release/*'':  used with the ''release'' branch of the code.
    
Additionally there is a SVN repository called [[FGAddon]] that holds all additional aircraft, not present in the Git fgdata repository:
 
Additionally there is a SVN repository called [[FGAddon]] that holds all additional aircraft, not present in the Git fgdata repository:
* {{repo link|site=sf|repo=fgaddon|type=svn web|text=fgaddon}}: all additional (official) aircraft.
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* {{fgaddon source|text=fgaddon}}: all additional (official) aircraft.
    
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