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SubjectRe: Kernel SCM saga..
On Thu, Apr 07, 2005 at 02:29:24PM -0400, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> On Thursday 07 April 2005 14:13, Dmitry Yusupov wrote:
> > On Thu, 2005-04-07 at 13:54 -0400, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> > > Three years ago, there was no fully working open source distributed scm
> > > code base to use as a starting point, so extending BK would have been the
> > > only easy alternative. But since then the situation has changed. There
> > > are now several working code bases to provide a good starting point:
> > > Monotone, Arch, SVK, Bazaar-ng and others.
> >
> > Right. For example, SVK is pretty mature project and very close to 1.0
> > release now. And it supports all kind of merges including Cherry-Picking
> > Mergeback:
> >
> >
> So for an interim way to get the patch flow back online, SVK is ready to try
> _now_, and we only need a way to import the version graph? (true/false)

Well, I followed some of the instructions to mirror the kernel tree on, and although it took around 12 hours to import
28232 versions, I seem to have a mirror of it on my own subversion
server now. I think the mirror was taken from bkcvs... the
last log message I see is "Rev 28232 - torvalds - 2005-04-04 09:08:33"

I have no idea what's missing. What is everyone's favorite web frontend
to subversion? I've got websvn (debian package) on there now, and it's a
bit sluggish, but it seems to work.

I hope to have time this week or next to actually make this machine
publicly accessible.
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