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Re: [ecf-dev] Turn off CVS
- From: Jeff McAffer <jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2010 15:01:24 -0500
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How will turning it off affect people's ability to reproduce old ECF versions with bug fixes?
The strategy we have used in the past when moving things is to version in CVS, then clean out the project contents leaving a readme.txt pointing to the new location. This way all the old stuff is still there in its original form but people are not confused by getting stale content.
On 2010-11-09, at 1:47 PM, Martin Petzold wrote:
> I still did use the examples in the CVS repository so thanks for the hint about Git, i am connected now. So i think it would be better to turn it off, and have a direct connection to the git repository from the webpage/wiki. With the examples you never directly see if there aren't the current releases there any more.
> 3.4 works fine for me at the moment, thanks for all the improvements! I will try to post some code and my use case for distributed simulation with OSGi RemoteServices/ECF soon.
> Am 09.11.2010 19:36, schrieb Scott Lewis:
>> Hi Markus,
>> On 11/9/2010 10:23 AM, Markus Alexander Kuppe wrote:
>>> <stuff deleted>
>>> To make the switch easier, I have filed an enhancement request 
>>> asking for a download button on http://git.eclipse.org.
>> Ok, that sounds good.
>>> Generally however, I'm concerned that an outdated CVS repo hurts the
>>> community more than a (forced) switch to git.
>> Yeah...that's a judgment call though. I happen to agree with you, but are there other opinions? If so, now is the time to speak up.
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