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Re: [H-source-users] future development on savannah

From: antonio gallo
Subject: Re: [H-source-users] future development on savannah
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2019 23:36:38 +0200

Hi, sorry I'm try to follow the discussion, sorry if I can't do it

About server code: you could try to merge the h-source code, there should
be some db migrations to do in a migration folder if I remember right.

Have you done many new developments to the h-node source code? May be they
could also be copied to the h-source code? Is it not possible?
If you think so, then you could start from h-node.

About php7, you should simply solve by taking the library folder from
easygiant svn on sourceforge and put it in h-source in place of the current
one. It should work out of the box. I hope so.. :)

I will try to look at the code again in a few days, what is the last
official updated repo? Svn or git?
Please let me know and sorry for the delay

Il lun 8 apr 2019, 23:08 Bob Proulx <address@hidden> ha scritto:

> bill-auger wrote:
> > i pushed the converted 'h-source' repo to the server, using the same
> > tarball that damien sent you - the cgit web server is not presenting
> > it, but it is there
> It is there now.  What one line description should be placed in the
> description there?
> > it would be much better in terms of maintenance, if both git repos
> > could be associated with the same savannah project, but im not sure if
> > savannah supports that - for now, could you enable git for the
> > 'h-client' project also?
> Savannah supports subdirectories.  It is okay to have h-source/foo.git
> and many projects do.
> Bob

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