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Where can I find the source code, corresponding to this exact build 2.79.7 blender-2.79 e045fe53f1b0 ? - https://download.blender.org/release/Blender2.79/latest/

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    $\begingroup$ I haven't tried but I assume git checkout e045fe53f1b0 would do it. Have you tried? $\endgroup$ May 21 '20 at 9:18
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The source code of blender is available in a git repository, as documented in the blender wiki, which explains how to build the code for your operating system:

git.blender.org/blender.git

There is also a mirror of the code repository on github: https://github.com/blender/blender

The version tags may be used to navigate through history and pull the desired version.

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    $\begingroup$ Did you just messed up your hyper link in your answer? Only the last one link to the correct place $\endgroup$
    – HikariTW
    May 21 '20 at 9:17
  • $\begingroup$ Indeed, thanks for letting me know. I just fixed them. The second one is a git repository, not meant to be navigated via a browser. $\endgroup$
    – Mehdi
    May 21 '20 at 9:22
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Thank you both! Indeed using git to to get the code:

git clone git://git.blender.org/blender.git

and then (after entering the repository directory - "cd blender"):

git checkout e045fe53f1b0

to get that particular commit, worked.
(I didn't know git enough to think of that solution.)

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all git commits are logged under some id(commit hash). git checkout "commmitHash" This statement resets the head to the particular commit. Try this, I found this commit at commit link

commit hash => 9e707802c23318898e140da71a4c0a04e1c7125a

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