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Re: Migrating to Savannah

From: jose maria gomez vergara
Subject: Re: Migrating to Savannah
Date: Wed, 7 May 2008 09:16:12 +0200
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Yes, that is what I am doing. I have contacted with savannah guys in order
to take care of this. Lets see what happens.

I will send an email to this list to inform all of you about this matter.
I am waiting savannah guys answer.

On Wed, 7 May 2008 08:35:47 +0200, "Andrew Gaylard" <address@hidden>
> 2008/5/6 jose maria gomez <address@hidden>:
>> Hello all:
>>        It seems that ddd sources are in several places and there are
> some
>> people
>> using unofficial ones. (not sure)
>>        I am working on migrating svn repository to savannah in order to
>> have only
>> one official place to commit code. It doesnt make sense having more than
>> one
>> repository.
>>        Savannah doesnt support svn in an official way but perhaps they
> can
>> make a
>> little exception in this case because we have svn in sourceforge and it
> is
>> difficult to migrate to cvs again. We have cvs in sourceforge as well
> but
>> it
>> seems to be without any syncronization.
>>        At the end, it seems that the best thing to do is to take the svn
>> repository
>> from sf and put it to savannah.
> Jose, please try to get SVN working at Savannah.  To go back to CVS would
> be
> a
> big step backwards.  I'd even go so far as to say that if we can't keep
> using SVN,
> then we should delay the move to Savannah.
>>        I would like all of you, dont to commit anything else till I
> clear
>> this
>> matter.
>>        Thanks a lot for your cooperation, and sorry for the
>> inconveniences.
>> No problem!  Thatnks for starting this.
> Andrew

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