Synchronize GIT and SVN version numbers
Not sure if that is possible, but if a guy is using SVN to download the trunk, then needing to roll back to a previous version of trunk its confusing and you pretty much have to guess the SVN version from the fog version.
Thought it would be convenient to have those versions match the fog version in the cloud.
I am not an expert in SVN/GIT, but I usually use SVN because of the easy downloading of a specific revision.
EDIT: Or list both version numbers in the cloud if it isnt possible.
fog/management/index.php?node=aboutpage to list the SVN version would work as well
Are we able to run something like svnadmin dump on the sourceforge repo server? With that we should be able to get a full dump and recreate the repo with matching IDs.
Or we could do some “empty” commits on SVN till the numbers match up again?!
@Joe-Schmitt I wouldn’t call it a mess. I’d just call it an auxiliary.
@Wayne-Workman For the record, FOG 2.0 will be git only. We’re not going to deal with the whole svn sync with git mess.
@Sebastian-Roth It’s nice to have an auxiliary. Sourceforge went down once, and everybody (including me) that didn’t know github got their feet wet in it for the first time. I imagine there will come a day when github goes down for a little while too.
i could find this on the web maybe that can be adopted to sourceforge:
@Tom-Elliott Do we still need the SVN repo?
It would be nice if the SVN number and the FOG Trunk number matched again.