On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 6:16 PM, David email@example.com wrote:
On 07/26/2010 05:44 PM, Pauli Virtanen wrote:
Mon, 26 Jul 2010 13:57:36 +0900, David Cournapeau wrote:
I have finally prepared and uploaded a test repository containing numpy code:
I put a new repostory (same location)
Some observations based on a quick look:
$ git branch -r origin/maintenance/1.1.x_5227 origin/maintenance/1.5.x/doc/numpybook/comparison/pyrex origin/maintenance/1.5.x/doc/pyrex origin/svntags/0.9.6_2236
These don't look right?
The 1.5.* are weird, especially the doc/* ones, I am not sure what the issue is. The weird one in svntags is because the tag has been "recreated". We could just remove them a posteriori, but it bothers me a bit not to know where they are coming from.
Ok, the issue ended up being a wrong regex to filter branches.
Would it be possible to get real Git tags for the tags in SVN?
Yes, but the convertor manual advised against it, because svn has no real notion of tags: the git tag and and the svn tag may not correpond to the same tree, and it seems there are a lot of funky corner cases (unlikely to happen in numpy, though).
One could just put the release tags, with a manual check ?
I transformed svn "tags" into git annotated tags
Some people have their SVN commit account in format forename.surname -- it might be OK to translate this to "Forename Surname" even if we do not hear back from them?
alan.mcintyre chris.barker chris.burns christoph.weidemann darren.dale paul.ivanov tim_hochberg