[development] SCM idea
speck at blkmtn.org
Sat Nov 19 05:01:38 UTC 2005
Speaking as one of those using Windows primarily for reasons of work and games. I will note that I only care that tools are available for Windows users. CMD line or otherwise I don't care if they are GUI. If there are tons of switches, then I can make batch files with the switches preseelcted.
As long as there are tools that run Windows, then I don't care. I only would like something to be selected so I can go about learning it.
Whatever we pick, I plan on making my co-workers learn it so we can control our inhouse administative scripts at work and avoid learning more. As I am lazy, I plan on learning only one of them :).
From: development-bounces at drupal.org on behalf of Gordon Heydon
Sent: Fri 11/18/2005 6:12 PM
To: development at drupal.org
Subject: Re: [development] SCM idea
On Sat, 2005-11-19 at 00:15 +0100, Bèr Kessels wrote:
> Op vrijdag 18 november 2005 22:12, schreef Neil Drumm:
> > What if we set up a parallel contributions repository using a different
> > SCM which we would optionally put our modules in? If a few of the large
> > contrib projects moved we could get a good idea of how well it works
> > without risking productivity on core.
> > This of course would be horribly technically complex since the cvs
> > module and release scripts would have to deal with two systems in parallel.
> Gordon and others interested in Darcs:
> I am very willing to help you with work on darcs. Antyhing that needs to be
> done now, in order to get some contribs into a repository? Can we use Gordons
> server or should I set one up myself?
I could set up the contrib repository if you want. and I am happy to
have darcs running on my web site. The only thing is that the web front
end sometime gets killed by the dreamhost house keeping because darcs is
a little cpu hungry sometimes.
> Most notably id like to see the development of the files stuff get in there,
> that is a big project ,with in future (hopefully?) a few developers working
> on one base.
This can all be done, I am just not really up to speed on what happens
on the backend for the current drupal cvs setup.
But because every darcs repository is a working system then we could
actually have with very little work a automated test suite that gets run
after every commit.
Not exactly sure if we could do this this contrib, but it could be done.
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