|Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Josh Suereth||11/30/11 6:13 AM|
Hello Scala Community!
We're migrating the Scala SVN repository to github. This means that in a few short hours, the *official* scala repository will be http://github.com/scala/scala.
A few quick notes:
We hope this venture will improve the Scala development process and, most importantly, allow more community involvement and a more rapid response from the core team to contributions. We thank you all for your patience and understanding in the move.
- Josh Suereth
|Re: Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Simon Ochsenreither||11/30/11 6:18 AM|
Thanks a lot!
|Re: Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Xuefeng Wu||11/30/11 6:24 AM|
|Re: Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Simon Ochsenreither||11/30/11 6:34 AM|
What should happen to the links in ScalaDoc pointing to the Trac/SVN stuff?
Any chance being able to link methods to line numbers with the code being on GitHub now?
|Re: [scala-user] Re: Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Josh Suereth||11/30/11 6:37 AM|
Good question. I know you can make URL links in github to code. That'll probably be one of things we tackle immediately after the switch.
|Re: [scala-internals] Re: Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Adriaan Moors||11/30/11 6:42 AM|
well, not *now* as in this instant, but soon! -- all help (even if it's just pointing out what broke) much appreciated!
On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 3:34 PM, Simon Ochsenreither <simon.och...@googlemail.com> wrote:What should happen to the links in ScalaDoc pointing to the Trac/SVN stuff?
in any case, I'm super-excited!
a big thanks to Josh, Paul, Greg, and to all those involved in the migration (I hear it involved quite a bit of scripting, filtering, scrubbing and trimming)
|Re: [scala-user] Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Ismael Juma||11/30/11 7:15 AM|
Great work Josh. :)
|Re: [scala-user] Re: Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Matthieu Moy||12/1/11 10:39 AM|
Simon Ochsenreither <simon.och...@googlemail.com> writes:
> What should happen to the links in ScalaDoc pointing to the Trac/SVN stuff?
Not sure I understand what you mean, but does this answer the question:
(click one line number to start, then shift-click to get the end of the
|Re: [scala-user] Re: Scala SVN -> Github Migration||Simon Ochsenreither||12/1/11 1:32 PM|
The question is how expensive it is to drag the source code placement through the whole compiler until it can be processed by scaladoc (or if there is a better approach)?
Would need to have a look how the code is read into scaladoc...