[LinuxBIOS] [PATCH][v3] Move lar into global util/ directory + svn:externals
uwe at hermann-uwe.de
Thu Jul 12 21:11:45 CEST 2007
On Thu, Jul 12, 2007 at 08:05:39PM +0200, Stefan Reinauer wrote:
> > At least we want to change the commit trigger so abuild doesn't run
> > for anything but v2 commits then. Maybe this is done already? :)
> Not for util?
> I think this is tough. If we pack lar there, v3 should definitely be
> recompiled when someone changes lar.
Maybe, yes. But maybe this even works; depends on how the post-commit
hooks "see" the changes in an svn:externals repo within v3.
But I agree that we could change the abuild hooks to only "fire" if
there was a change in the LinuxBIOSv2/ directory or below.
For v3 there's no abuild at the moment anyway.
> > > -- there are some tutorials on how to do that while preserving the
> > > history.
> > Do you have URLs at hand?
> It's not hard to merge two repos. It might mean that you guys all have
> to do a fresh checkout though... ;) So I better want to be very sure we
> all want this.
Yep, if we want to take the history with us, then yes, I think we want this.
> > > Yes, we would _not_ have the history in that new LinuxBIOSv3
> > > directory. But maybe it's still an option
> > The only reason for doing it that way is to get it done. I think it
> > would be nice if we could get the history over. Dunno?
> If we really do so, we want the history over, yes. Definitely.
> I'd rather go as far as moving util to the v3 tree (including history)
> and pushing off v1 and v2.
Uh, no, rather the other way around (merge v3 into the current
> We seemed pretty sure we want a fresh repo and not just a fresh
> directory at the linuxbios symposium last year... did the mood change
Yep :) Mine changed definately.
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