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On 3/5/13 10:10 PM, Nathan Neulinger wrote:
> This is really a giant
cluster(*&@#$. Thankfully our project isn't active, but in my
view, SF really just made a giant mess of things with this
> I know I've got two other projects that I now have to figure
out what I've done where.
I agree. We had serious issues in other more active project
resulting in manual merging of 2 repositories. Fun.
But thanks for quick resolving.
> -- Nathan
> On 03/05/2013 02:49 PM, Nathan Neulinger wrote:
>> Ok. There haven't been any commits in a while, so was
able to bring over one recent one. I've asked them to make the old
>> repo read only.
>> I would not be opposed to moving to github at all, but
y'all are the ones really doing any development, so it's more up
>> to you.
>> -- Nathan
>> On 03/05/2013 02:42 PM, Nathan Neulinger wrote:
>>> Ugh, looks like there was a mix of commits - the old
repos were not made read-only during migration, so they kept
>>> getting used. What a mess.
>>> The repo was migrated properly, except your team did
not switch over to the new repository, so the old repo continued
>>> be used instead of the new one.
>>> You'll need to get your new repo caught up, then
switch over. We have some documentation put together that should
>>> See the Repository Upgrade FAQ and this additional
doc for SVN and project upgrades.
>>> Also, we can set your old repositories read-only if
you like. This is automatically done for new upgrades now.
>>> Let me know if this helps!
>>> I'm going to see if there were any commits that went
to the new one, and see if they can re-migrate and then take the
>>> old one to read-only.
>>> -- Nathan
>>> On 03/05/2013 01:53 PM, Petr Vaněk wrote:
> hi all,
> can anybody explain me what SVN URL we use now, please?
> some changes and I'm quite confused.
> Today I committed a fix for new oracle instant client for
> Revision: 4600, URL:
> but sf.net shows
> I'm pretty sure I missed something, some migration...
> P.S.: Personally I can say I'm really upset anytime I face
> few months using eg. github)...
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