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Peter Newman (guest) 18 Sep 2019 14:53
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

Assuming the main issue here was the overhead on the server side, I think it ought to be possible to get Travis CI to do this, see for example here (no proper links as I'm not allowed):
gist.github(dot)com/willprice/e07efd73fb7f13f917ea

And a cron job to actually make it happen:
docs.travis-ci(dot)com/user/cron-jobs/

Just a thought.

by Peter Newman (guest), 18 Sep 2019 14:53
Zerte (guest) 15 Sep 2019 14:02
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

Would it be possible to have a noisier message in the "It had been cloned by http : // svn2github.com / , but the service was since closed." area that appears on the top of the page with the top directory?
Some users of cloned projects may not notice at first sight the important part of your message: that the service is closed.
Perhaps: "but *CAUTION*: the service was since closed" would be better?

by Zerte (guest), 15 Sep 2019 14:02
zZZ (guest) 10 Apr 2019 21:01
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

Been using svn2github for a while, mostly because of Virtualbox still being on SVN. I will miss your service x)

by zZZ (guest), 10 Apr 2019 21:01
CryHam (guest) 10 Mar 2019 12:50
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

Okay I did it with:

git svn clone [svn-address] .

and then just doing
git svn rebase

updates git master, with new svn revisions only (since last time).

I made a branch for my fork development, and now I don't even see why I'd use svn2github.

by CryHam (guest), 10 Mar 2019 12:50
CryHam (guest) 09 Mar 2019 18:36
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

Yes, I will miss it too (thanks for sharing the tool to do it), especially when I run into strange "Access is denied" issues while trying to update or import doublecmd. I made an issue on github with logs.

by CryHam (guest), 09 Mar 2019 18:36
Luke Gedeon (guest) 08 Mar 2019 00:36
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

Thanks for hosting all of this. It was a big gift to the community. It will be missed.

by Luke Gedeon (guest), 08 Mar 2019 00:36
Emile Belanger (guest) 04 Feb 2019 21:27
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

Nooo, this has been extreamly useful for me!!! :( Thank you for your efforts.

by Emile Belanger (guest), 04 Feb 2019 21:27

Thank you for your kind words and sorry for the disruption of service.

It is true each time you issue git svn init it creates an incompatible clone.

What is needed to create one that's compatible with the previous one is the UUID that's assigned to the existing one using this:

# Clone the Git repo from GitHub:
git clone https://github.com/svn2github/dosbox

# Initialize the SVN mapping and fetch the SVN commits:
git svn init --rewrite-uuid=UUID SVN_URL
git svn fetch

# Pull new commits from SVN and apply on top of your local Git:
git svn rebase
# This should say "remote/master up to date" unless there are new commits in SVN

# If SVN has more commits, you can push the changes back to GitHub by:
git push origin master

UUID for dosbox is ed541006-0bf7-43e9-8c4d-6fc63c346d47, SVN_URL is http://svn.code.sf.net/p/dosbox/code-0/dosbox/trunk

I will test that if that works, I'll open another issue in the repos with instructions on how to clone the repo so that its compatible with the GitHub clone.

I imagine one could set up a simple service/script that keeps the repo updated.


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by GabrysGabrys, 16 Jan 2019 04:07
Matthew Fearnley (guest) 14 Jan 2019 18:05
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Closing svn2github

It'll be sad to see this great service go. Many of these longstanding projects (such as DOSBox) still seem to persist with SVN/Sourceforge, and svn2github seems to serve as a kind of hub for them all, serving in some cases as the closest thing to an official repo..

I've had a go with git-svn or similar before, but I seemed to get different commit hashes from yours, which was inconvenient when forking/merging.

If there's a way to have a "canonical" setup that can keep continuity with what you have done currently, that would be the next best thing, I think.

by Matthew Fearnley (guest), 14 Jan 2019 18:05
Madd the Sane (guest) 05 Sep 2018 05:45
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » svn2github: Next Steps

Any plans on making a way to mark svn repositories as following the standard layout of trunk, tags, and branches? I noticed that the DOSBox repo created a new branch based on their trunk, then merged it back in under svn, but the git-svn command that only references trunk recognizes that there was a merge, but doesn't know how to reference it so it doesn't record the merge (nor the branch).

by Madd the Sane (guest), 05 Sep 2018 05:45

leiger, oops, I forgot to put out a link: http://svn2github.com/


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by GabrysGabrys, 18 Jan 2018 18:28

Hi Piotr,

Is this a project that you've already launched?


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by leigerleiger, 16 Jan 2018 03:29

There's a newer version:

#!/bin/bash

if command -v python2 1>/dev/null; then
  python2 -m SimpleHTTPServer
elif command -v python3 1>/dev/null; then
  python3 -m http.server
fi

;-)


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by GabrysGabrys, 09 Jan 2018 00:40

Zalozenia tego skryptu sa bardzo dobre, ale on zwyczajnie u mnie nie dziala. Sa dwie wersje pakietow netcat i testowalem ten skrypt na obydwu wersjach. Problemy leza jeszcze w innych miejscach. Czy autor zamierza poprawic ten skrypt? Jakby co jestem chetny pomoc.

by Jaja (guest), 05 Jan 2018 07:05

To also enable reverse scrolling:

synclient CoastingSpeed=0 VertScrollDelta=-111 HorizScrollDelta=-111
by gabrys (guest), 21 Nov 2017 19:45

oh man that was so helpful!! God bless you :D

by vandal (guest), 23 Oct 2017 23:10

Someone at work runs linux (forget which distro) on the company-supplied Macbook Pro. Doing the same thing might not resolve the keyboard issue, but would solve most of your software gripes. Not sure if there's anything available for Touch Bar support on linux - I'm sure a few enthusiasts have built something.

Just another option to consider :)


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by leigerleiger, 18 Oct 2017 08:03

My new phone is also charged through USB-C, I enjoy this a lot. I don't need a separate cable, I can just unplug the laptop and plug the phone in. On a funny note, having an iPhone and the new Mac must be very annoying because:

  • You need a separate charger for your Mac and for your iPhone
  • You cannot charge iPhone from your Mac using the USB-C cable
  • iPhone doesn't have the analog jack socket, so if you bought the special headphones for your iPhone you cannot use them with your Mac, because Macs, on the other hand, don't come with the Thunderlightningsomething but instead ship with an analog jack.

Given all the cons, I think I'm not gonna stick with this laptop. In addition to all said it's too big for my taste, so I'd rather have something that:

  • nicely plays with Linux
  • has a normal keyboard
  • is 12-14 inch
  • has more ports
  • preferably still charges through USB-C and has good performance and battery life

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True by GabrysGabrys, 18 Oct 2017 03:42

Playing with windows

With window management, I'd highly recommend installing something called Spectacle. It adds many keyboard shortcuts for pinning windows to the side of the screen, or making windows full-screen (probably my most-used shortcut) … and generally helps to match Windows' screen pinning features.

https://github.com/eczarny/spectacle

Touch Bar

Touch bar is something I've avoided. I'm currently using the Macbook Pro that was released just prior to that one, and I'm hesitant to upgrade unless I have to. I think it's a cool feature to have, but definitely agree that physical keys are better in most situations.

It would've been better if they'd used physical keys that can change what icon is displayed on them - similar to what many of the more expensive gaming keyboards can do.

Also because the laptop is powered with USB-C, I can use my laptop charger to charge my USB-C phone!

Now that's a feature I'm looking forward to, if I ever do upgrade.

Currently I only have a Nintendo Switch that uses USB-C for charging, but phones are definitely moving in that direction and it's a good move IMO.


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by leigerleiger, 18 Oct 2017 02:29

Can't comment much on that, as I said I haven't personally used it. However … I too was surprised at first when I heard that it was still around! :) Only recently.

Hope you find what you're looking for.


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by leigerleiger, 12 Jul 2017 07:47
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