Oops... forgot reply to all again. -.-

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From: David Bronke <whitelynx@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 4:30 PM
Subject: Re: [Plwm-hackers] Migration to Subversion
To: Mark Tigges <mtigges@gmail.com>


Thanks for the reply!

One thing I came across is that there is a 'syncmail' script in the CVSROOT in plwm's repository, which provides the email commit notifications. I'm guessing a facility like this will be wanted with the new repository as well, and I know this is doable with subversion; I just need to ask around and see how it's done on SourceForge. Should this service be added for python-xlib as well?


On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 4:14 PM, Mark Tigges <mtigges@gmail.com> wrote:
Just so you know people (or somebody) looked at this, I approve.

On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 1:08 PM, David Bronke <whitelynx@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been discussing the move from CVS to Subversion with Mike Meyer. I've
> already successfully done the migration locally and tested the results
> several times, but I wanted to double-check with the rest of the community
> on how you would like the new repository to be structured. So far, I've used
> the following repository layouts:
>
>
> python-xlib:
>
> trunk/
>     COPYING
>     MANIFEST.in
>     NEWS
>     README
>     TODO
>     Xlib/
>     debian/
>     doc/
>     examples/
>     setup.py
>     test/
>     utils/
> tags/
>     xlib_0_1/
>      xlib_0_10/
>     xlib_0_11/
>     xlib_0_12/
>     xlib_0_13/
>     xlib_0_14/
>     xlib_0_14rc1/
>     xlib_0_2/
>     xlib_0_3/
>     xlib_0_4/
>     xlib_0_5/
>     xlib_0_6/
>     xlib_0_7/
>     xlib_0_8/
>      xlib_0_9/
> branches/
>     (empty)
>
>
> plwm:
>
> trunk/
>     COPYING
>     INSTALL
>     MANIFEST
>     NEWS
>     ONEWS
>     README
>     doc/
>     examples/
>     ideas/
>     plwm/
>     setup.py
>      utils/
> tags/
>     merge_head_from_intwin_dev/
>     merge_intwin_dev_to_head/
>     plwm_2_0/
>     plwm_2_0a1/
>     plwm_2_1/
>     plwm_2_2/
>     plwm_2_3/
>     plwm_2_4/
>     plwm_2_5/
>     plwm_2_5a/
>      plwm_2_6a/
> branches/
>     frames_dev/
>     intwin_dev/
>     plwm/
>     plwm_2_5_release/
>
>
> In my experience, layouts like these work the best for single-module
> projects like python-xlib and plwm, but if anyone has any changes they'd
> like to make, please let me know. Once we've decided on the repository
> layout, we'll need to specify a time to freeze CVS commits so I can do the
> final migration. (CVS will stay frozen and will still contain old versions
> of both projects, but new development should only be done on the subversion
> repository)
>
> Also, once we've decided on the target repository layouts, I'll write up a
> quick guide on using subversion with python-xlib and plwm, including how to
> work with the various branches and tags for each project. If there's any
> other information you'd like included, let me know and I'll add it to the
> guide.
>
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