[Kde-scm-interest] Moving kdebindings to git
apaku at gmx.de
Tue Aug 17 07:36:31 CEST 2010
On 16.08.10 18:04:55, Arno Rehn wrote:
> currently kdebindings development (at least with regard to smoke, ruby, and
> csharp) is severly hampered by the fact that we're still using SVN - up to the
> point where people don't feel like committing their work because SVN is such a
> pain for them.
> For that reason I'd like to ask if we can move the kdebindings module over to
> the kde git infrastructure earlier than the other modules. AFAIK amarok and
> konversation have already been moved there, so I guess it's already possible
> for the early adopter kind of people.
> I'm currently writing svn2git rules for kdebindings, so that part of the work
> is already being done.
> Would an earlier move be possible?
While causing some confusion, the kate team seems to sucessfully handle
both svn and git. They're developing mainly in git now, but are porting
all patches from git to svn and vice-versa. Of course you'd have to find
one person who's able and willing to do this and understands enough of
all the code to resolve conflicts.
And moving to git doesn't necessarily mean needing the KDE git
infrastructure, there are other hosting solutions for opensource
projects and as a git repo has the complete history its no big problem
moving from one hosting to another...
There is a 20% chance of tomorrow.
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