git migration

The git migration is still on hold, pending the return of CVS service
at sourceforge. According to someone on the sourceforge IRC channel,
CVS is estimated to return this week, but it might slip to next week.

Darren

Thanks for the update.

At some point, one could get tarballs of the entire version control history from SF. I wonder if it would (still) be possible to simply download a tarball of the CVS history. I tried looking around a bit, but couldn't find them. Several years ago, I remember they used to be more prominent, but then, as of a year or two ago, they moved to a much less visible location. They were still available, but a bit trickier to find. Anyhow, I think it's worth a few days more wait to try to get the (almost) pre-history of MPL into git.

-Andrew

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On 07-Feb-11 17:13, Darren Dale wrote:

The git migration is still on hold, pending the return of CVS service
at sourceforge. According to someone on the sourceforge IRC channel,
CVS is estimated to return this week, but it might slip to next week.

The git migration is still on hold, pending the return of CVS service
at sourceforge. According to someone on the sourceforge IRC channel,
CVS is estimated to return this week, but it might slip to next week.

Thanks for the update.

At some point, one could get tarballs of the entire version control
history from SF. I wonder if it would (still) be possible to simply
download a tarball of the CVS history. I tried looking around a bit, but
couldn't find them. Several years ago, I remember they used to be more
prominent, but then, as of a year or two ago, they moved to a much less
visible location. They were still available, but a bit trickier to find.
Anyhow, I think it's worth a few days more wait to try to get the
(almost) pre-history of MPL into git.

Responding by phone so I have limited ability to tinker, but take a look at this link. Should be able to guess the mpl URL from this info if the haven't reoranized

http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0347/#downloading-the-cvs-repository

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On Feb 7, 2011, at 3:17 PM, Andrew Straw <strawman@...36...> wrote:

On 07-Feb-11 17:13, Darren Dale wrote:

-Andrew

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This is a really helpful link, thanks John.

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On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 5:41 PM, John Hunter <jdh2358@...149...> wrote:

On Feb 7, 2011, at 3:17 PM, Andrew Straw <strawman@...36...> wrote:

On 07-Feb-11 17:13, Darren Dale wrote:

The git migration is still on hold, pending the return of CVS service
at sourceforge. According to someone on the sourceforge IRC channel,
CVS is estimated to return this week, but it might slip to next week.

Thanks for the update.

At some point, one could get tarballs of the entire version control
history from SF. I wonder if it would (still) be possible to simply
download a tarball of the CVS history. I tried looking around a bit, but
couldn't find them. Several years ago, I remember they used to be more
prominent, but then, as of a year or two ago, they moved to a much less
visible location. They were still available, but a bit trickier to find.
Anyhow, I think it's worth a few days more wait to try to get the
(almost) pre-history of MPL into git.

Responding by phone so I have limited ability to tinker, but take a look at this link. Should be able to guess the mpl URL from this info if the haven't reoranized

http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0347/#downloading-the-cvs-repository