#31 SCM Repository for Dev-C++ source files

None
fixed
orwelldevcpp
2013-09-29
2012-10-13
Matei Dragu
No

If would be nice if you would publish the source files of Dev-C++ to a Source Code Management repository available freely on SourceForge. You have a wide array of choices for that [Subversion, Git, Bazaar, Mercurial, CVS] and it would help provide better visibility regarding codebase evolution in time.

Discussion

  • orwelldevcpp
    orwelldevcpp
    2012-10-15

    I've been messing around with SVN since you reported it, but the web interface isn't cooperating. You should however be able to manually (without a browser) download the trunk though.

    • status: open --> accepted
    • assigned_to: orwelldevcpp
     
  • orwelldevcpp
    orwelldevcpp
    2012-10-15

    • summary: SCM Repossitoty for Dev-C++ source files --> SCM Repository for Dev-C++ source files
    • milestone: -->
     
  • Matei Dragu
    Matei Dragu
    2012-10-18

    hey there!
    I saw that you imported the sources on SVN. The 2nd commit had the description "Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2" - is that the old 4.9.9.2 version, or the modified one [4.9.9.2 Orwell Update 5.3.0.1]?

     
  • Matei Dragu
    Matei Dragu
    2013-05-17

    Hi Orwell! Any progress on this ticket?
    Today I tried to find the source repository for Orwell Dev-C++ but it was no longer there. Did you delete the SVN repo?

     
  • Matei Dragu
    Matei Dragu
    2013-05-17

    By the way, if you don't like SVN, SourceForge gives you 2 other SCM options:
    - Git [I would choose this]
    - Mercurial

     
  • Matei Dragu
    Matei Dragu
    2013-05-30

    Post awaiting moderation.
  • Matei Dragu
    Matei Dragu
    2013-05-30

    Post awaiting moderation.
  • orwelldevcpp
    orwelldevcpp
    2013-09-29

    Fixed. There's a Git repository now. Check out the "Code" tab here on SourceForge.

     
  • orwelldevcpp
    orwelldevcpp
    2013-09-29

    • status: accepted --> fixed