Update on git conversion
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Thu Oct 4 13:56:28 GMT 2007
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> I think we should have a more detailed discussion after (0)
> as I assume not everyone (including me) understand what you
> propose as work flow.
> Maybe it would be useful to do the whole migration in 2 steps.
> First replace svn by git just technical, without changing the workflow
> at all (still having a central upstream repository), so that everybody
> can learn just git or cogito as tools. Then when as second step change
> the work flow.
I agree that the workflow has to be well understood by everyone.
I'm working on that. I don't see adopting the push model as necessary
for people to become comfortable with the technical workings
of the tool itself though. Simply cloning a repo allows all
the opportunities to work in local branches. But that's just
> I think (2) should really be the last step and the build-farm
> should be able to handle git repos first, I can look at this when we
> have passed (1).
I don't want to have to continually do incremental updates
from svn to git once the migrated repo has been signed off on.
Just give me a bit more time to line things up. I'll post a
draft repo of 2-2, 3-0, 3-2, and 4-0 as well as a short HOWTO
> Before going online with the new git repo, we should
> make sure it's perfect for us...What I mean here is
> we need to think about git submodule, we wanted to use for
> talloc, tdb, ldb, libreplace...
That's not necessary initially. Directories can be replaced
by a submodule later on in my experience but I'll go back and
double check again.
Also, I think you need to check with Andrew B. about his plans
for svn and SAMBA_4_0.
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