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 Expected output: Expected output:
  
- Cloning into '​orx'​... +  ​Cloning into '​orx'​... 
- remote: Counting objects: 67954, done. +  remote: Counting objects: 67954, done. 
- remote: Total 67954 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 67954 +  remote: Total 67954 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 67954 
- Receiving objects: 100% (67954/​67954),​ 51.54 MiB | 155.00 KiB/s, done. +  Receiving objects: 100% (67954/​67954),​ 51.54 MiB | 155.00 KiB/s, done. 
- Resolving deltas: 100% (49335/​49335),​ done. +  Resolving deltas: 100% (49335/​49335),​ done. 
- Checking connectivity... done.+  Checking connectivity... done.
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 Orx has a few external dependencies. There is a setup script in the root of the folder which does three things: Orx has a few external dependencies. There is a setup script in the root of the folder which does three things:
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 == [ 9d5a692e924e ] needed, current [ ] == [ 9d5a692e924e ] needed, current [ ]
 == [ 9d5a692e924e ] not in cache == [ 9d5a692e924e ] not in cache
-== Fetching [ https://bitbucket.org/​orx/​orx-extern/​get/​9d5a692e924e.zip ]+== Fetching [ https://codeload.github.com/​orx/​orx-extern/​zip/​9d5a692e924e ]
 == Please wait! == Please wait!
 == [ 9d5a692e924e ] cached! == [ 9d5a692e924e ] cached!
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 Now that you have the Orx source, dependencies,​ and newly created build project, you can compile Orx with your favourite IDE to get a working orx.dll and .lib, .dylib or .so (depending on platform). Now that you have the Orx source, dependencies,​ and newly created build project, you can compile Orx with your favourite IDE to get a working orx.dll and .lib, .dylib or .so (depending on platform).
  
-This process is fairly bullet proof, but if you encounter any issues, let us know on the [[http://​orx-project.org/​forum|forum]] or in the [[https://gitter.im/orx/orx|chat room]].+This process is fairly bullet proof, but if you encounter any issues, let us know on the [[http://​orx-project.org/​forum|forum]] or in the [[https://orx-project.org/discord|chat room]].
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