Git mirrors for Trac, Genshi, Babel and Bitten

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Olaf Meeuwissen

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Nov 17, 2011, 6:42:27 PM11/17/11
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Hi all,

I found the git mirror for Trac on github via the TracRepositories wiki
page and noticed the placeholders for Genshi, Babel and Bitten. Any
idea when these mirrors will be active?

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Felix Schwarz

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Nov 18, 2011, 4:03:58 AM11/18/11
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Am 18.11.2011 00:42, schrieb Olaf Meeuwissen:
> I found the git mirror for Trac on github via the TracRepositories wiki
> page and noticed the placeholders for Genshi, Babel and Bitten. Any
> idea when these mirrors will be active?

No ETA yet but I wrote a Python script to sync babel with bitbucket, currently
waiting for rblank/cboos for an approval of the general approach[1]. I hope to
sync Babel by the end of November, Bitten+Genshi should be trivial as the can
reuse the scripts.

fs

[1] We did not want to copy all the sync scripts for every project. Therefore
I tried to build a Python module which contains all the convert/push calls so
the individual projects only need config, but no code.

Olaf Meeuwissen

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Nov 18, 2011, 4:25:50 AM11/18/11
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Felix Schwarz <felix....@oss.schwarz.eu> writes:

> Am 18.11.2011 00:42, schrieb Olaf Meeuwissen:
>> I found the git mirror for Trac on github via the TracRepositories wiki
>> page and noticed the placeholders for Genshi, Babel and Bitten. Any
>> idea when these mirrors will be active?
>
> No ETA yet but I wrote a Python script to sync babel with bitbucket, currently
> waiting for rblank/cboos for an approval of the general approach[1]. I hope to
> sync Babel by the end of November, Bitten+Genshi should be trivial as the can
> reuse the scripts.

Thanks for the info.

> [1] We did not want to copy all the sync scripts for every project. Therefore
> I tried to build a Python module which contains all the convert/push calls so
> the individual projects only need config, but no code.

In which case I hope the trac-hacks admins are interested too ;-)
I have cloned a few plugins with git-svn but the initial clone is a
royal pain in the neck. It takes ages, our impatient proxy times out
frequently and on top of that I get checksum mismatches too. No clue
where those are coming from unless it's our dear proxy helpfully sending
an HTML error page with a 200 HTTP status.
# It wouldn't be the first time :-(

Thanks again,

Simon Cross

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Nov 21, 2011, 4:43:32 PM11/21/11
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On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 11:03 AM, Felix Schwarz
<felix....@oss.schwarz.eu> wrote:
> No ETA yet but I wrote a Python script to sync babel with bitbucket, currently
> waiting for rblank/cboos for an approval of the general approach[1]. I hope to
> sync Babel by the end of November, Bitten+Genshi should be trivial as the can
> reuse the scripts.

Will you let me know once the approach is accepted and I'll setup the
mirrors for Bitten and Genshi?

Schiavo
Simon

Felix Schwarz

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Nov 23, 2011, 5:58:34 AM11/23/11
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Am 21.11.2011 22:43, schrieb Simon Cross:
> Will you let me know once the approach is accepted and I'll setup the
> mirrors for Bitten and Genshi?

Sure, I just pinged cboos and rblank directly (a gentle little push does
wonders sometimes ;-)

fs

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