Public references to SVN
obara.justin at gmail.com
Tue Feb 8 17:42:37 UTC 2011
I've updated the reference on the Download Infusion page of our website.
I think having an all-hands-on-deck run through the wiki might be the way to go. Maybe a one day sprint.
For the old releases I wonder if we would also want to, in addition to the git urls, still reference the old svn tags or not.
This can be done by using /!svn/bc/"revNum" in the url. For example: https://source.fluidproject.org/svn/!svn/bc/10484/fluid/infusion/tags/fluid-0.1/
On 2011-02-04, at 1:50 PM, Cheetham, Anastasia wrote:
> This morning, we had a brief discussion about the fact that we have several public references our source code in SVN. These references will need to be updated to reference Git. We don't yet have a clear plan for this, but surveying the terrain seems like a good start.
> First off, our public website: The "Download Infusion" page refers to SVN
> references tag in SVN: includes live link and text of the svn command
> As well, the wiki is rife with references. A search for "SVN" turned up 33 pages of search results. A scan of the first 10 of these pages turned up the following pages, which mention SVN and/or link to the repository:
> each of the individual release pages (including "current"), e.g.
> I'm not at all convinced that we're going to be able to come up with any form of simple or automated process for updating all these references: For one, the URL references are not all to the same URL (some to trunk, some to a tag, some to an incubator project...). For another, several of them include narrative references and snippets of SVN command-line instructions.
> I think we might just have to have an all-hands-on-deck blitz where everyone picks a section of the wiki and fixes stuff.
> Does anyone have any alternative suggestions?
> Anastasia Cheetham Inclusive Design Research Centre
> acheetham at ocad.ca Inclusive Design Institute
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