Coda File System

Re: pkgsrc patches

From: Jan Harkes <>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:28:00 -0500
On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 04:11:38PM -0500, Greg Troxel wrote:
> Jan Harkes <> writes:
> > Yes someone is here.
> Glad to hear it.
> > Haven't checked yet if the patch is applied to CVS, but I have a couple
> > of emails with Coda related patches that were sent to codalist and me
> > privately tagged to be applied.
> >
> > I figured I'd apply them after the CVS -> Git conversion was complete
> > and then release a new Coda version with the state of things. I've
> > scripted the whole conversion process with reposurgeon and stopped
> > trying to 'perfect' the conversion mostly because I seemed to be getting
> > stuck on reposurgeon related bugs.
> If that's soon, that's fine.  I see getting buffixes applied and patch
> release out as more important than converting.  I'm all for switching to
> git, but it's not coda's biggest problem.

All my scripts that I used to use to build, test, tag, package and sign
new releases have broken over time so actually making a new release will
take some time on my end to dig up on which USB drive I have my signing
keys and such. So I figured instead of fixing the release scripts for
CVS, finishing Git conversion and then rewriting the release scripts for
Git I could just do the fix once and be done. But the conversion is
taking pretty long partly because 'it aint the biggest problem'.

> With the change to git, will there be a bugtracker?  It seems we don't
> have one now, or at least I'm unaware.

Yes, our group has public and private Github repositories under and the converted Coda source repo
would be published there too.

Received on 2015-01-27 17:28:10