Akonadi, Attica and Soprano moved to git.kde.org

Ben Cooksley bcooksley at kde.org
Tue Oct 26 19:50:08 BST 2010

On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 7:44 AM, David Jarvie <djarvie at kde.org> wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 October 2010 13:49:34 Christophe Giboudeaux wrote:
>> Hi,
>> This week, Akonadi, Attica and Soprano moved from the KDE SVN repo to
>> our new Git one.
>> This means you should update your local checkouts right now.
>> You will find more informations on projects.kde.org:
>> - Akonadi: http://projects.kde.org/projects/kdesupport/akonadi
>> - Attica: http://projects.kde.org/projects/kdesupport/attica
>> - Soprano: http://projects.kde.org/projects/kdesupport/soprano
>> Alternatively, you can browse these projects commits using gitweb.kde.org:
>> - http://gitweb.kde.org/akonadi.git
>> - http://gitweb.kde.org/attica.git
>> - http://gitweb.kde.org/soprano.git
>> To be informed of the freshly migrated projects, you may subscribe to
>> the Atom feed available on http://projects.kde.org/projects (look at the
>> bottom of this page).
> Is there, or will there be, any ready-made way to group all the kdesupport git projects together for updating and/or building, like kdesupport in SVN? Once all the kdesupport projects are in git, it will be rather unwieldy to have to update and build each separately. Obviously one can write a little script to do this, but it would be more efficient for it to be done once and made available for download.

Sysadmin does plan to provide an XML based file listing all projects,
including their module ( playground/network for instance ) which tools
( such as kdesrc-build ) can use at their discretion.

> --
> David Jarvie.
> KDE developer.
> KAlarm author -- http://www.astrojar.org.uk/kalarm


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