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Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Neustradamus » 2020-04-12 04:20

This question is really important for the development of UltraVNC.

When do you migrate from SVN to Git?

It is possible to move the default development on GitHub too?
Best developer community, more development...

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Neustradamus » 2020-05-22 01:35

Rudi, thanks for your reply, but not on GitHub ;)
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Neustradamus » 2020-08-04 10:32

@Rudi : UltraVNC needs a better development, it is possible to move on GitHub or create an official mirror?
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby AnotherUVNCuser » 2020-09-14 23:33

I agree this would be a real welcome decision for future contributors/developers of UVNC.
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Neustradamus » 2020-09-19 23:45

@Rudi De Vos: Thanks! :)
It is a big improvement.

Now, you can join the ultravnc organization: https://github.com/ultravnc and transfer your repository into https://github.com/ultravnc.

After, you must to inform on the website, in packages, in the source code that the code is now on GitHub.

Have you looked for website, forum, and all domain problems that I have specified you several times in a lot of years...
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Neustradamus » 2020-09-19 23:56

Can you add other sources too?

Repeater, UltraVnc SC, PCHelpware, ScreenRecorder, SecureVNC Plugin, ...
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Rudi De Vos » 2020-09-20 12:18

Populated
https://github.com/ultravnc/main
https://github.com/ultravnc/development

I'm current adding better multi monitor support. (ExtDesktop option)
-Viewer monitor size are send to server and server set het size(s) the same as the viewer.
-Adding support to inject virtual monitors to match viewer site. ( server real + virtual) -> viewer with 2 monitors.
Like the RDP option "Use all my monitors for the remote session"
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Neustradamus » 2020-09-20 14:27

@Rudi De Vos: You have done bad links in your last message.

And there is a problem :/

Why have you removed the repository from "yesterday" and republished? :/

Today, I see 2 repositories and it is not same:
- https://github.com/ultravnc/ultravnc
- https://github.com/RudiDeVos/ultravnc

You can have several branches in one repository.

Only one is needed for ultravnc (in ultravnc organization), and after, you can work directly on it or you can fork in your personal account and merge when you want.

Please remove the repository in ultravnc org and transfer the personal repo into ultravnc org.
There will be a redirection https://github.com/RudiDeVos/ultravnc -> https://github.com/ultravnc/ultravnc
No lost.

The main repository need to be sync with SF.

To move a repository : https://github.com/RudiDeVos/ultravnc/settings at the bottom "Transfer ownership" and select the org...
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Re: Migrate Sourceforge SVN source to Git and move to GitHub

Postby Rudi De Vos » 2020-09-20 18:56

https://github.com/RudiDeVos/ultravnc is a test repo to get myself familiar with the github.
I still need to set it private so avoid confusing, ignore yesterday commits, it was just a test.

Indeed, you can have several branches ( main/developer, otfix) and you can also create multiple repos.
https://github.com/ultravnc/ultravnc
https://github.com/ultravnc/ultravnc_SC

I don't want to use SF (svn) and github.

The main repository need to be sync with SF ??? don't understand
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