[mcclim-devel] Official repository lagging?
john.nmi.morrison at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 21:19:13 UTC 2012
I also would like to see a single official repository, whether git/github
or otherwise, with continued incorporation of patches/improvements. (Some
time ago I submitted patches for the scigraph portion of mcclim which I
would have liked to seen included.) Has there been any movement on this,
especially as regards quicklisp?
If there is anything I can do to help, I would certainly be happy to do so.
On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 6:58 AM, Manuel Giraud <manuel at ledu-giraud.fr>wrote:
> Rudolf Schlatte <rudi at constantly.at> writes:
> > On Aug 24, 2012, at 10:40, Timothy Moore <moore at bricoworks.com> wrote:
> >> I was going to save this mail until my current round of mcclim hacking
> is finished, but here
> >> goes. I'm not particularly interested in continuing to work with CVS.
> Are people agreeable
> >> with moving to git? I'm not invested (at all) in having my github repo
> become the "official"
> >> repo, but a site like github has a lot of advantages as a host.
> > I'm very much in favor of moving to git. git-svn works well enough
> > for upstream svn archives, but syncing back and forth with cvs is
> > always uncomfortable for me.
> > But could we leave the "official" git archive on common-lisp.net? I
> > like github, but when I'm checking out a project that I'm unfamiliar
> > with, I hate having to decide between downloading (for the sake of
> > example) onixie/mcclim, slyrus/mcclim, mmontone/mcclim and
> > timoore/mcclim.
> Same here. I'm too in favor to switch to git (which is clearly easier
> than CVS) but keeping the official mcclim repository where the project
> is seems better to me. github is cool, fun, social and whatnot but I
> find it hard to get an official software out of it.
> Manuel Giraud
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