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Development switched to Git
« on: November 06, 2013, 09:07:42 am »

FYI: Since a few weeks, we migrated the vanilla UQM code from Subversion to Git.
This should make it easier for people to maintain ports and mods.
See here for the announcement.

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when at last there is no Void, no Non
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Re: Development switched to Git
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2014, 11:03:00 pm »

This is a very good thing.  I switched to Git a long time ago, and I've never looked back.

I should attempt to rebase my fork onto the official Git repo, for teh lulz.

I don't see much on sourceforge in the way of managing patches/reviews/etc.  Are you planning on moving to something like Gerrit to handle change sets, or something like Github's pull-request workflow?  I'm more partial to the former for projects of even moderate complexity, but given that the thing to do with UQM these days is fork it, the latter might be more useful for sharing features between projects.

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