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Re: git conversion in progress


On Sat, 11 Jan 2020, Richard Earnshaw wrote:

> On 11/01/2020 01:18, Joseph Myers wrote:
> > The GCC SVN repository is now read-only for the move to git, as is the old 
> > git-svn mirror; the cron job updating that mirror has been disabled, as 
> > have gccadmin's cron jobs updating DATESTAMP, generating snapshots and 
> > updating online documentation, until those are updated to work from git.
> > 
> > Assuming validation passes, I expect to make the converted repository 
> > available in place of the git-svn mirror (git://gcc.gnu.org/git/gcc.git 
> > and git+ssh://gcc.gnu.org/git/gcc.git) some time on Saturday.  That will 
> > be initially read-only to allow for people to review it in case any 
> > significant conversion issues are noticed late that would justify 
> > rerunning the conversion.  I propose to make it writable on Monday, at 
> > which point we'll be in development stage 4 for GCC 10 (and to leave 

This conversion is now in place, read-only for checking purposes.  I've 
done all the usual validation, including in particular checking branch 
tips and tags against SVN.

> For those that are desperate for an early look, I've uploaded a copy of
> this to gitlab: https://gitlab.com/rearnsha/gcc.
> 
> Beware that testing is *still* in progress, but hopefully this will be
> identical to the version that Joseph finally uploads.

Richard's conversion was using older Bugzilla data (I updated the data 
from Bugzilla right before running my final conversion, Richard didn't), 
so they don't have identical commit summaries everywhere.

-- 
Joseph S. Myers
joseph@codesourcery.com


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