[Bioc-devel] Clarifying/simplifying on the SVN-Github mirroring
dtenenba at fhcrc.org
Thu Sep 26 19:25:51 CEST 2013
We're working on a github-svn bridge for Bioconductor packages, but it's not ready yet. We will definitely announce it when it is ready.
It will supersede the document you're looking at, though there is nothing to stop you from continuing to use that if you want to.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Renaud Gaujoux" <renaud at mancala.cbio.uct.ac.za>
> To: bioc-devel at r-project.org
> Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2013 1:09:15 AM
> Subject: [Bioc-devel] Clarifying/simplifying on the SVN-Github mirroring
> if I understood correctly the instructions on
> it is recommend to work/branch out directly on the local git-svn
> and merge into the github master branch to sync code on github.
> Couple of
> questions on this:
> * what about feature branches? Should these branch out from the
> branch? In this case I believe they won't be pushed to github? Easy
> branching is one of the nice feature of git, which I heavily use
> git-flow) so it is important that the different branches (devel,
> features) are sent back to github in order to really benefit from its
> management tools (issues, network graph, etc..)
> * the workflow seems to be the opposite of what Cameron Bracken's
> suggests http://cameron.bracken.bz/git-with-r-forge , where one work
> on the
> github-bound master branch and merge back onto the svn-bound branch
> happy, right?
> I have experimented Cameron's workflow and faced many times lots of
> conflict issues that are a hassle to solve on each merge. Does the
> Bioconductor workflow have this issue?
> Overall, I wonder if it wouldn't be easier (from the developer point
> view) if Bioconductor build farm allowed to point to an external SVN
> repository? Since github provides such an interface that
> serves github repos to SVN calls, this would just wave out the need
> duplicated branches and git-svn integration trick. Possible? Que tal?
> R-forge used to propose such option, which is apparently and sadly
> working anymore. It really avoided lots of head ache.
> Thank you.
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