[Geany-devel] geany on github; why not?
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Sat Aug 27 18:46:37 UTC 2011
Le 27/08/2011 20:27, Frank Lanitz a écrit :
> On Sat, 27 Aug 2011 18:02:41 +0200
> Colomban Wendling <lists.ban at herbesfolles.org> wrote:
>> Le 22/08/2011 00:27, Jiří Techet a écrit :
>>> Well, in my opinion the whole topic of git transition is
>> Looks the same for me, and I didn't see much new POV or useful infos
>> since a bunch of emails.
>>> The reason why I haven't been very active on Geany's
>>> mailing list are exactly these endless discussions which lead
>>> nowhere. To your steps:
>>> 1 and 2: GitHub or Gitorious are the only options if you want
>>> personal repositories (which is the main reason I want the git
>>> switch). It's not a crucial decision at all which one you chose -
>>> if you pick GitHub and realize it stinks, you can always move the
>>> repository to Gitorious. The only problem is that contributors
>>> would have to move their personal clones too, but it's not a big
>> I'd like to at least have a synchronized version on git.geany.org.
>> Even if it wouldn't have that personal clones, it could be the main
>> clone source or at least a backup mirror.
> Can you provide a clone which is inclduing all point Jiri mentioned?
> - Branches
> - Tags
> - Merges?
I only have a full git-svn --stdlayout copy, so basically "no", though
"partially" is also right:
* I (can) have branches (needs to co remote/name; co -b name)
* I (can) have tags (huh, they looks like branches)
* I *don't* have proper merges (the history is linear)
* I *don't* have proper authors
Not sure how to fix this (especially merges, I have a script for the
authoring part somewhere, and I think that true branches and tags should
be easily created with a tiny script) but Jiří seems to know some ways.
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