[Proj] Github migration complete
Elliott Sales de Andrade
quantum.analyst at gmail.com
Tue May 26 01:40:25 EST 2015
On 24 May 2015 at 10:43, Howard Butler <howard at hobu.co> wrote:
>> On May 23, 2015, at 3:22 AM, Elliott Sales de Andrade <quantum.analyst at gmail.com> wrote:
>> To show you how this would look (except for the .gitignore and
>> git-svn-id suggestions, as those should be done when converting from
>> svn), I have uploaded a cleaned repo  and, for reference, the
>> commands I used to produce it .
> Fantastic. Unless I hear otherwise, we will use this repo as our starting point.
Feel free to do so. Make sure to clone the latest copy, as I removed
the docs/README.TXT that is now irrelevant.
Just keep in mind that I did not remove the git-svn-id information. I
just realized that this can be done without re-converting, but that
depends on whether you wish to keep that information available.
> My concerns are to make sure tags/branches are preserved,
Now that trac is available again, I checked the tarballs, and the tags
with extra-but-nonempty commits do appear to match with the tarballs
when the extra commit is removed (except for some harmless $Id$
changes). So the cleaned repository appears to be correct.
> and Trac ticket->revision and
I do not see any of these.
> github ticket->sha linkages are preserved as part of the migration.
These links will need to be updated. Re-writing all the commits
invalidates all existing hashes.
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