[Kde-scm-interest] Re: [kde-edu]: kde-edu git repos to validate

Daniel Laidig laidig at kde.org
Tue Feb 8 14:07:37 CET 2011


thanks for working on this! :)

I just took a look at the parley repo and the first thing i noticed is that 
the parley practice and soc branches are still missing.

This was something I already noticed in the repositories created by Niko Sams 
in December, which he fixed in this commit:

commit 01550073d3134ad3e3f2654517bb8fe9f6c5283b
branch master
Author: Niko Sams <niko.sams at gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Dec 23 08:03:21 2010 +0100
import kig and parley branches as requested by their developers

What happened to this?

Having history for those branches would be really helpful, as this is where a 
lot of the development happened in the last years.


On Monday 07 February 2011 23:35:56 Ian Monroe wrote:
> I've only done a basic look over on each repo (looked at branches,
> made sure each only had one parentless commit), plan on doing more
> tonight. But really it helps to know the history of the code  to know
> if everything looks right. Also if folks could do build tests that
> would be helpful.
> The repos are dated from the 13th or so.
> You can see them under scratch/ianmonroe at http://quickweb.kde.org
> To clone them all, launch `ruby`, copy the following code and end on a
> newline + ctrl-d.
> [
> "blinken",
> "cantor",
> "kalgebra",
> "kalzium",
> "kanagram",
> "kbruch",
> "kgeography",
> "khangman",
> "kig",
> "kiten",
> "klettres",
> "kmplot",
> "kstars",
> "ktouch",
> "kturtle",
> "kwordquiz",
> "libkdeedu",
> "marble",
> "parley",
> "rocs",
> "step"
> ].each { |project|
> `git clone git://anongit.kde.org/scratch/ianmonroe/#{project}`
> }
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