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Re: git conversion in progress

On 11/01/2020 14:49, Richard Earnshaw wrote:
> On 11/01/2020 14:48, Jakub Jelinek wrote:
>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 02:39:43PM +0000, Joseph Myers 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:// 
>>>>> and git+ssh:// 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.
>> Thanks.
>> Is there or will there be any way using gitweb to browse the vendor and user
>> branches (and also even query which vendors/users and their branches there
>> are)?
>> I've tried
>> and none of that worked.  They don't show up in the heads list
>> 	Jakub
> Try refs/vendors/redhat/heads
> R.


Or for tags s/heads/tags/


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