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GitHub?

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Yeah, got the email too. GitHub it's fine, yes.

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Depends, i like to use SSH with key for commits.
Then i just don't have to type my password every time.

Make a list of hosts that support ssh from mercurial.selenic.com/...ialHosting ?

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... and I guess Open Hub (Ohloh) should also be supported by this provider, by the way GitHub seems to support SSH.

help.github.com/articl...ssphrases/

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Last edited by NanoCaiordo on Mon Mar 23, 2015 3:26 pm; edited 3 times in total


Whichever it is can I make 1 request in advance please?

When the code base moves, PLEASE make sure that the last image in Goode Code and the first image in whatever the new site/system turns out to be are IDENTICAL. That is NO code changes or updates whatsoever between the 2.

Then for the rest of us mere-mortals trying to follow along behind, we will be able to transition smoothly between the 2, knowing that any issues/differences/discrepancies are ours and ours alone.

TIA.

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The benefit of DVCS is that there is no difference.
With Mercurial or Git you just move/clone/copy the whole history at once without losing anything.

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Last edited by DJ Maze on Thu Apr 02, 2015 4:58 pm; edited 1 time in total


I feel a little Déjà Vu comin on Wink

Agree with your reply - if the person in question is using DVCS.

But a lot - more than half at a guess - do not. They rely on the old but simple method of comparing their modified code and the new version of the DF code, and referring back to the previous version of the DF code when they are unsure of the conflicts.

This is much harder if the old DF code and the new DF code are both different to each other across 2 different systems.

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I did say this few times but editing the core is not an excuse. When someone feels bold and start adding it's own code it should also be responsible of maintaining it. Developers are aware of the issue but are not responsible whatsoever.

I'm not geek but I managed to update highly modified sites from v8 to v9 and a couple to v10 maintaining all the original modifications. With DVCS it's way simpler then doing so with CVS. I just let the software do it's things, rarely needing manual merges...

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Ok, so github it is? ok?

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Seems good to me.

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Tried github, but it only accepts GIT repo's and using with mercurial is a hassle.

Moved a different project to bitbucket, which supports mercurial.
Will see if that works properly.
www.openhub.net/p/poodle-wcms

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I'm in and updated DragonflyCMS's logo bitbucket.org/dragonflycms

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