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By: Thomas Leitner
RE: repository access? [ reply ]  
2007-03-04 14:04
So, as of today, webgen's master repository is hosted on Rubyforge!

However, I couldn't transfer the history as my local repository hosts other programs besides webgen and I didn't manage to get a working dump-file for just the webgen portion.

By: Thomas Leitner
RE: repository access? [ reply ]  
2007-02-24 15:40
This svk looks really promising, I think I can also use this for work :)

I will have to make further tests with svk but if it is stable to use I think there is nothing against using it with the Rubyforge subversion service.

By: Thomas Leitner
RE: repository access? [ reply ]  
2007-02-23 17:41
Okay, thanks for the link! I will have a look at it!

By: Andrea Censi
RE: repository access? [ reply ]  
2007-02-23 16:55
If you are often offline, I think the optimal setup is:

1) The master repository is on Rubyforge.
2) You use SVK to have a "child" repository on your laptop.

SVK is designed for handling exactly this situation. You can do frequent commit locally, and then commit to the public repository.

http://svk.bestpractical.com/view/HomePage



By: Thomas Leitner
RE: repository access? [ reply ]  
2007-02-23 16:48
webgen is currently versioned using subversion and the repository is on my notebook. I'm often offline, therefore it is very convenient to have a local repository in which I can check in at any time.

I would be willing to use the subversion support of Rubyforge if there is any easy way of keeping my local repository which would/should still be the master repository and which gets synced to the Rubyforge repository from time to time. Any ideas?

By: Andrea Censi
repository access? [ reply ]  
2007-02-23 12:20
Would it be possible to have access to the development repository?