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GNU Arch

Item posted by Michael J. Flickinger <mjflick> on Thu 08 Dec 2005 05:44:51 PM UTC.

Wait no longer, support for GNU Arch is finally here!
We currently are supporting GNU Arch via sftp with support for email commit notifications.

Currently, GNU Arch services are by request only, please request an Arch repository in a support request.

For more information, see http://arch.sv.gnu.org/

Arch is now mirrored at sv.gnu.org (posted by Andy Tai, Tue 03 Jan 2006 07:13:00 PM UTC)

The sources for GNU Arch itself is now available on the following Arch repository here at savannah:

http://arch.sv.gnu.org/archives/gnu-arch/atai@atai.org--public/

release candidates for the next version are available at

http://www.atai.org/gnuarch/prereleases/


Thanks very much! (posted by Christian Mauduit, Mon 12 Dec 2005 11:44:32 PM UTC)

With the help of Michael, I was able to set up Arch depots for all my Savannah projects. Works perfectly, thanks!

Christian.


Excellent! (posted by Paul D. Smith, Fri 09 Dec 2005 07:48:00 PM UTC)

Can we get a few more details?  I have an existing CVS archive.  I would like to (a) keep my CVS and also have an arch repository, for testing purposes, before I switch over, and (b) import all my CVS history into the arch repository.

Also, is arch the only tool that will be supported through this model, or will any tool that can use sftp be acceptable?  Is it just that arch is the only one that will be/is currently integrated with the Savannah web interface?

My concern is that I have a lot of Windows users and Arch (at least 1.x--I assume you're using 1.x?) is not sufficiently friendly for Windows users.


    

 

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