From: Ian Bicking <ianb@co...> - 2004-02-05 08:54:24
I'm doing some moving around of files for 0.6, including renaming the
package to "sqlobject" instead of "SQLObject", to be more in line with
other packages. And to avoid SQLObject/SQLObject/SQObject.py.
SQLObject.py is also renamed to main.py, and other internal modules are
made lower case.
Of course, this just ruins any CVS history, so I figured why not futz
around with that stuff at the same time? Just started learning
Subversion for work today, so I thought I'd try it out. It's fairly
easy for someone experienced with CVS, I think, and server setup is
The new repository is at svn://colorstudy.com/trunk/SQLObject , and you
can check it out like:
$ svn co svn://colorstudy.com/trunk/SQLObject
Right now no one except myself has write access. I'm not sure how best
to set that up, it'll probably involve ssh accounts or something. Mail
to -cvs would be working, except SF and my mail server aren't getting
along. There's a good chance the repository will move at some point,
but I have a feeling I'll stick with Subversion. Arch seems neat and
all, but Subversion seems more accessible to me, and the tools feel
fairly polished (already better than CVS).
They'll be a bunch of other stuff happening in the repository soon.
Ian Bicking | ianb@... | http://blog.ianbicking.org