Subject: Re: [boost] Live read-only GIT mirrors of Boost trunk SVN
From: Dave Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-04 15:10:35
on Sat May 04 2013, Stefan Seefeld <stefan-AT-seefeld.name> wrote:
>>> It would be great if they didn't need to learn a thousand tools before
>>> being able to focus on the project itself, and so having a
>>> well-defined and -documented process to set things up and get started
>>> would be very helpful.
>> I don't know what you mean here, sorry.
> Never mind. I was thinking of a mix of versioning tools used for sandbox
> projects, boost trunk, etc., causing an unnecessarily steep learning
> curve. But if individual projects are to be hosted separately anyhow,
> that's much less of a concern (though it would still be useful to have
> clear and up-to-date guidelines for directory layout, build system,
> etc., to make it easier to merge to trunk should we ever get this far).
Guidelines, OK. But, merge to trunk? Once the git transition is done,
that'll be a non-issue.
-- Dave Abrahams
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