From: Klaus Fetscher <k.fetscher@fe...> - 2006-02-24 19:52:10
I am using Blob as my favorite Bootloader. I have added support for two
other ARM9 CPU's (Samsung S3C2410 and Cirrus EP9312).
What about setting up a subversion repository and add new features to Blob ?
From: Erik Mouw <erik@bi...> - 2006-03-20 18:03:12
(Sorry for the long time before I replied, but I became father of a
healthy son so email had a pretty low priority).
On Fri, Feb 24, 2006 at 08:52:01PM +0100, Klaus Fetscher wrote:
> I am using Blob as my favorite Bootloader. I have added support for two
> other ARM9 CPU's (Samsung S3C2410 and Cirrus EP9312).
> What about setting up a subversion repository and add new features to Blob ?
I'd rather don't want to learn yet another source code management
system. So far I'm familiar with CVS, bk (until Larry revoked the free
license), and git (Linus' bk replacement). I like git very much for the
simple reason that it allows you to carry the complete repository
without needing to contact a central server. Jan-Derk moved the LART
site to http://www.lartmaker.nl, maybe we could arrange to put a git
repository over there (JDB)? If not, SourceForge web space is another
possibility, but the native git protocol is much faster.
In the mean time if you can send me a patch with your work, I can have
a look at it. If it's OK with me, I can give you CVS access on
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