[CM] Sourceforge

rm@fabula.de rm@fabula.de
Wed, 5 May 2004 14:03:45 +0200

On Wed, May 05, 2004 at 08:26:03AM -0400, Dave Phillips wrote:
> Hi Bill:
>  I didn't even realize there's a SF account for cmdist stuff, so I 
> guess it doesn't make much difference to me... ;)

Well, even so i mostly used the tarballs i still think a CVS repository
is helpfull. It comes pretty handy when hunting version incompatibilies/bugs
introduced by recent changes -- looking at CVS diffs to find code that
changed since the last working version reduces debugging time.

BTW, i'm not too big a fan of SF (their repositories seem to have performance
problems and commit delays and their mailing list archives tend to be out of
date during the first week of a month). How about migrating to Savannah.gnu.org?

>  Btw, be sure to ask Fernando about the new "Dance Dance Nando" 
> software from Ivica Ico Bukvic. You may not have been aware of your 
> colleague's advanced terpsichorean abilities...

Darn! I wish i could've attended the whole conference :-)

  Ralf Mattes

> Best,
> dp
> Bill Schottstaedt wrote:
> >I think I'm going to close the CVS account at sourceforge --
> >will that severely inconvenience anyone?  My impression
> >from the (buggy) statistics they provide is that no-one
> >is using it except to get the tarball, and that's available
> >from ccrma-ftp.  (I personally have no use for it).
> >
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