Subject: Re: [boost] Git Modularization example Boost .gitattributes
From: Dave Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-07-15 23:57:00
on Mon Jul 15 2013, Niall Douglas <ndouglas-AT-blackberry.com> wrote:
>> > I can probably save you some work here with my "perfect" mirror of
>> > Boost's EOL and MIME type config into a .gitattributes with which I
>> > configured my subgit to mirror my git repo into Boost sandbox. Taken
>> > from
>> > https://github.com/ned14/TripleGit/blob/master/.gitattributes:
>> > Hope that's useful.
>> Very much so! I've arranged to have it injected into the root of
>> every converted Git repository. It's missing from
>> http://github.com/boostorg/boost at the moment but I hope once
>> http://jenkins.boost.org/job/Boost2Git/2119 completes, it'll be
> Great. Glad it was useful.
And... it's there now.
>> Would you be willing to work with Boosters to correct any related
>> line- ending/MIME issues? I'll happily give you commit rights to the
>> repository at
> Happy to help.
> As a related question, myself and Paul are hoping to have proposed
> Boost.AFIO sandbox ready for GSoC Milestone 1 end of this month. Do we still
> submit to Boost.Sandbox SVN and let that mirror to Git, or seeing as it's
> already in GIT at https://github.com/BoostGSOC do we use some method of
> mirroring that directly to Git Modular Boost?
I don't think you need to do any mirroring at all, unless you submit it
for review and there's some kind of official policy that all reviews
have to use Boost's SVN sandbox... and even if there is, we might want
to change that policy before your review date. I'd say, sit tight for
now, and ask the Review Wizards when you apply for the review whether
you need to change something.
-- Dave Abrahams
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