wiki:Obsolete/GitMigration

Version 13 (modified by nielx, 8 years ago) ( diff )

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Here is a list of tasks that need to be performed in order to migrate to Git. They are sorted by order of importance.

Phase 0: Absolutely required

  • zooey - Make svn-repository read-only
  • zooey - Update git-repositories (buildtools, haiku) from svn one last time (happens automatically, triggered by cron)
  • zooey - Make local backups of all git repos, just in case anything goes wrong
  • zooey - Put new git repos in place and make them writable for committers
  • zooey - Do a couple of test commits and back them out again
  • nielx - Collect a set of getting started docs to get people started. (No need to write our own, but a good list of references to prevent people from stumbling on more occult or outdated uses of Git)
  • zooey [done, need to be discussed] - Codify a set of central repository guidelines (who gets to create new branches, tagging policy, no rewriting of history, etc).
  • zooey [done] - And implement these in a series of server hooks
  • kallisti5 [done] - Go through everything on [dev/www].haiku-os.org and update instructions to switch to git
  • zooey [done] - Set up e-mail, CIA hooks
  • zooey [done] - Do test pushes (to test mails, cia) and back them out again
  • zooey [done] - Set up a pull-only mirror, pulling regularly from all three git repos (buildtools, haiku, vendor)
  • zooey [done] - Set up a mirror to github
  • zooey [done] - Improve/check gitweb setup or move to cgit
  • nielx - Write a plug-in for Trac to link to the gitweb/cgit changesets
  • mmadia - Update build-o-matic for Git
  • nielx - Check www.haiku-os.org and check whether all docs referring to subversion are edited or marked deprecated

Phase 1: Equal functionality

  • Improve TracGit (or homecooked plugin) for speed.

Phase 2: Icing on the cake

  • Implement pulling and pushing patches to Trac
  • Implement support for Git diffs in Trac
  • Implement an autocommit feature
  • Haiku GUI for Git (ports of git gui and gitk and a proper diff tool)
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