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[Nano-devel] Re: rebindable keys and hello again

From: Chris Allegretta
Subject: [Nano-devel] Re: rebindable keys and hello again
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 13:14:46 -0500

Hmm,  while I'm waiting for that mail I sent last night to arrive back in my
inbox, I thought of a new question.  After using subversion for work,
going back to cvs is too painful to endure.  Not being able to work
offline is a real deal killer.  I'd like to migrate the repository to git or
GNU arch, which are currently the only choices Savannah seems to
offer, but I'm sure either is better than CVS.  I was  curious if anyone
tracking our cvs had a preference one way or the other .

Based on the fact that git is good enough for the Linux kernel folks,
I'm guessing it will meet our needs, so that's how I'm leaning, but
throwing it out for discussion.

On 3/5/08, Chris Allegretta <address@hidden> wrote:

I just committed the first pass at rebindable keys to HEAD.  It's still
fairly broken (see BUGS for a partial list) but it does actually work.
I plan to fix these bugs shortly but wanted to get it out there for
people to look at.

As always, if anyone would like a tarball due to lacking cvs access,
just say the word.  Please, no requests for windows binaries.

Chris A

Chris Allegretta


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