[Numpy-discussion] Github migration?

Charles R Harris charlesr.harris@gmail....
Thu Sep 2 09:27:18 CDT 2010


On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 3:08 PM, Pauli Virtanen <pav@iki.fi> wrote:

> Mon, 23 Aug 2010 21:15:55 +0000, Pauli Virtanen wrote:
> [clip]
> > in the history to have the wrong content -- so to be sure, we have to do
> > a brute-force comparison of the tree against SVN for each commit. The
> > particular bug here was fixed in the conversion tool, but better safe
> > than sorry.
>
> Also this is now done. The repository at
>
>        http://github.com/numpy/numpy_svn_test4
>
> is essentially fine.
>
> You can grab it via
>
>        git clone git://github.com/numpy/numpy_svn_test4.git
>
> The deleted SVN branches can also be obtained:
>
>        git fetch origin refs/svn/*:refs/remotes/svn/*
>
> They are not pulled by default.
>
>    ***
>
> svn-all-fast-export still has some bugs, so revisions that in SVN are
> r2478, r2491, r2534, r2602, r2603, r4113, r4179, r4180 contain the wrong
> tree in Git. The errors are
>
> - Wrong branch point for branches/arraykit (an abandoned and deleted
>  branch that was never merged back to trunk)
>
> - The commits r4113, r4179, r4180 contain changes in wrong order
>  (the subsequent commits are OK).
>
> I'd be willing just to ignore these. Such small errors should not matter.
>
>    ***
>
> So as far as I see, we would be ready to go with this.
>
>
Hi Pauli, I gave it a quick spin and it looks good so far. The cloning was
really fast, I like that ;) Is there any way to test out commiting? I didn't
have permissions to push to the repository.

Chuck
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