[coreboot] [PATCH] We're not just version 2 anymore
patrick at georgi-clan.de
Fri Oct 30 12:57:24 CET 2009
Am Freitag, den 30.10.2009, 12:41 +0100 schrieb Uwe Hermann:
> I'm not so sure personally. Anyway, there are many issues to discuss before
> we start this massive amount of moving stuff, please leave time for at
> least 1-2 weeks discussion of whether it should be done, how it would
> be done best, and how users can recover their trees, what developers
> have to do to not lose work in their many trees etc. etc.
Discussed this with Stefan, how about this:
We copy the repository from "repos" to "coreboot", mark "repos" (the
current one) as read-only.
The first steps in the new repository will be the various renames.
Migration is svn diff / new checkout / patch -p0.
That way, existing checkouts won't be harmed by svn up and developers
can migrate their checkouts when they feel like it.
The only drawback is that they can't simply "svn up" to stay up to date.
I consider this an incentive for devs to migrate relatively quickly.
> No, I don't think so. branches and tags should contain branches of the
> same codebase, but v1 is a totally different tree. If you want to get
> rid of it in this repo, the best way is probably to move it to its
> own v1 repo (while keeping history intact, of course).
I can do that, as I still have the scripts around that were used for
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