|[higgins-dev] F.Y.I Higgins SVN repository move - status update|
The restore doesn't seem to be complete. The latest Higgins repository revision being reported is 20093. On Friday (when I lasted checked something into Higgins), the revision was 20333. That means we have lost about one week of commits.
>>> "Mary Ruddy" <mary@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 08/11/08 1:56 PM >>>
Higgins is one of several Eclipse projects that have SVN repositories grouped together under the Technology top level project.
re-evaluated its subversion repository layout, and has concluded the current 'everything under one umbrella' approach is not scalable as projects continue to move and grow. As such we are moving to a 'one project, one repository' setup which should improve both our ability to scale and ease transitions from one project to another. So what does all of this mean to you? Well it means that we need to make changes to the Technology repository to break you all into individual repositories instead of one large one. As far as your committers are concerned these changes should be invisible, your code will not change anything other than it's physical location on the dev.eclipse.org file system
Eclipse tried to do this this weekend, and ran in to issues. A restore has completed, and everything seems to be functioning correctly. Please let me know if you experience any issues. Eclipse is going to try to do this again the weekend of August 16-17.