[Uml-devel] Move Umbrello to git
tcanabrava at kde.org
Sat Sep 1 19:31:49 UTC 2012
2012/9/1 Emmanuel Lepage-Vallée <elv1313 at gmail.com>:
> I don't think anyone is against, this have been discussed
> many times before. If I recall, there is a thread dating ~9
> month about this. There is a series of issues to overcome,
> but the most serious one is time.
The students will have six months to work on Umbrello, as a university
project. so time they will have.
> Some commits have already been made to fix the most
> serious ones. If you do have time, please go ahead
> (opinion). You have to note that there is already many Git
> and SVN branches around and they have to be merged
a git repo of umbrello exists on gitorious right now? how hard is to
integrate it on the main umbrello repo after all the svn-related
things have already been in git?
> A good dose of
> git filter-branch and git svn import should do it. I can merge
> my own branches once the git repo is ready. But there is
> also the GSOC2008 and GSOC2011 branches (they are
> active branches, not relics of the past).
GSOC2008 & GSOC2011 are both attemps to clean Umbrello from Qt3 if I'm
not mistaken. but I didn't watched closely the projects, did they
succeeded? Should I cherry pick anything from them to master?
> Here are some links you might want to know exist:
> the two svn branches are on kde.org repository. My branches are on github,
> but they need to be rebased first, do not merge as is, I will take care of
> that. As you probably know, there is #kde-git and #kde-sysadmin IRC channels
> on freenode and documentation on KDE techbase on how to port SVN to Git. The
> script wont run clear, I already tried, it wont be that easy.
Don't expect it to be easy, if it was the project would be alreday on
git. :) I really hope that my students try harder. :)
> Good luck!
> The thread I was talking about:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Emmanuel Lepage-Vallée <elv1313 at gmail.com>
> Date: 17 January 2012 23:32
> Subject: Re: [Uml-devel] Git-Migration
> To: UML Modeller Devel <umbrello-devel at kde.org>
> Hi, my vast array of spybot detected I was needed in this discussion
> (joking, I am just member of the list). So yes, I was previously interested
> in switching to git. I have several branches myself already using git, but
> it is not a migration, nothing like one.
> So point by point (read previous email):
> Umbrello can still be part of KDESDK and be in a separate repository, just
> like Kate. Git does not really handle subprojects in repositories, so it is
> the only way to go. I don't think we can keep sharing the same repositories
> as KDESDK. No other KDE project did when migrating.
> Yes, it need to be done
> I think we need to move it. We can ask on #kde-sysadmin for a better
> All of them, but keep the log of master while integrating the other one as a
> single block of the git and make them ready for a "git merge master" (when
> possible/applicable). Like that it would be possible to start cherry-picking
> commits or merging different branches. I think using trunk as the master is
> the best idea to keep the best possible commit log.
> Guys on #kde-sysadmin probably know better they did a lot of project
> I have started a migration some months ago, but gave up after having some
> problems. I code on many projects, but not at once, so until I come back to
> Umbrello, I can't put much time on this. I work almost full time as a IT
> consultant and got full time at school at once, so I have limited time, I
> can only work on one project at once. Right now I have pressure from my
> users to work on something else, so until it is done Umbrello will have to
> wait. I still think my code is useful for the project and deserve to be
> merged for what it add. But not right now and not for the next ~2 month.
> We should use KDE identity service and let anybody with a KDE account work
> on the project. It is what is so great about KDE, we are one community, not
> a bunch of loosely related ones. I don't see any reasons why this should
> change. As for repo maintainer, it can be decided later. SVN never really
> required one. While having a "master integrator" in git is useful, it is not
> Yes, but not at this time. Everything else can wait until the transition is
> done. We need to see the branching model we will use (one branch per
> bug/feature or 1 branch per dev (personal playground model)?)
> On 17 January 2012 18:03, Ralf Habacker <ralf.habacker at googlemail.com>
>> Am 13.01.2012 00:11, schrieb Andi Fischer:
>> > Am 12.01.2012 23:34, schrieb Ralf Habacker:
>> >> Are there any plans to migrate to git for easier branch and merge
>> >> management ?
>> >> Regards
>> >> Ralf
>> > Not yet. That would be very cool.
>> > To do that the following has to be done: (see also
>> > http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/MovetoGit)
>> > - write some importing rules
>> > - buy a big hard drive
>> Here are a few notes and questions:
>> 1. umbrello is currently a part of the kdesdk package. Should this be
>> the prefered way in he future or should umbrello goes into a separate
>> git repository?
>> 2. a separate repo means to convert umbrello to a standalone cmake
>> 3. umbrello doc is not a part of the recent umbrello subdir - how to
>> proceed ? let it still be in kdesdk or move to umbrello source ?
>> 4. umbrello uses several branches - which one need to be migrated and
>> which one could be dropped ?
>> 5. The main documentation for a migration into a kde git repository
>> could be found on http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/MoveToGit/StepsToMove
>> - there is a detailed plan
>> 6 In this doc there is no hint about how to migrate the translation
>> 7. Who will do the migration - Jonathan mentioned that Emmanueel Lepage
>> Vallee (Elv13) who pops up on IRC occationally has been interested in
>> doing this in the past, he needs to be contacted
>> 8. Who should have write access to this repo - who should be the
>> maintainer of the repository ?
>> 9. Are there any missing topics ?
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> On 1 September 2012 14:30, Tomaz Canabrava <tcanabrava at kde.org> wrote:
>> I'm with a three students team that will start taking care of Umbrello
>> for six months as Curricular Work for the university. One of the
>> reasons that Umbrello is stuck at the 2000's is SVN, so we are
>> planning to move it to git. does anyone have anythign against the
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