Codestriker code in to git?

  • Dean Hamstead

    Dean Hamstead - 2011-10-26


    currently the codestriker (itself) is in CVS, would it be possible to migrate to git for easier forking and contributing?

  • David Sitsky

    David Sitsky - 2011-10-26

    I've just "enabled" Git, so hopefully it is there now.  Not sure you can enable both CVS and Git at the same time, but anyway..

  • Dean Hamstead

    Dean Hamstead - 2011-10-27

    i think you will then need to import the code from cvs in to git. either with the history (using git-cvs) or just with the current files with the normal git add functionality…

    give that codestriker supports git, im suprised that development hasnt changed to it.

  • David Sitsky

    David Sitsky - 2011-10-27

    I figured as much.  I'm actually going to be away for a couple of weeks, so it might be a while till I get to it.

  • Dean Hamstead

    Dean Hamstead - 2011-10-28

    just for fun, i imported the codestriker CVS in to git on github, see

    you shouldnt have any problems pulling it and pushing it back in to sourceforge via git.


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