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blue SVN setup, blue 2

Steven Yi
Hi All,

This is just to notify that I have completed the intial process of
converting the CVS repository over to SVN.  I followed the Sourceforge
instruction and the code looks like it has migrated successfully. The
layout of the new SVN repository is a little different than what I am
used to, as it made the trank, branches, and tags folders in the root,
with projects beneath them.  I will be testing tomorrow to make sure
that the code was migrated successfully.

To note, I had a good discussion today with Menno on the blue chat
room (http://www.kunstmusik.com/blueChat.html) and I am pretty
inspired to start work on "blue 2", which will be the re-development
of blue on top of Netbeans Rich Client Platform.  Depending on what I
find tomorrow and a little research, I may leave the imported folder
structure as-is for the legacy blue code base, then create a new top
level blue folder with branches/tags/trunk underneath for the new
codebase.  I believe that this will take some time to do, though a lot
if not most of the existing codebase will be reusable as-is with
Netbeans RCP, but in the long run this move will yield a cleaner and
easier codebase with which to work with, and will open up many new
options for us all.

I will likely start the initial import of the new codebase (I have
some preliminary work locally) tomorrow, and will be focusing on this
as my primary blue work.  I still have the discussion of the blue
export dialog and will try to work this in parallel with the legacy
code base for a final 0.126.0 release, then will direct my time on the
new codebase.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.  Also, I will
reply tomorrow when I have tested the SVN code with instructions on
how to checkout from SVN for the legacy codebase as well as the new
codebase.

Thanks!
steven

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Re: blue SVN setup, blue 2

Steven Yi
Hi All,

The subversion import looks good!  The svn is browseable ont at:

http://bluemusic.svn.sf.net

and to checkout the blue project with svn, the url is:

http://bluemusic.svn.sf.net/svnroot/bluemusic/trunk/blue/

This will be where the legacy codebase will be.

I will be creating a new project for the codebase at:

http://bluemusic.svn.sf.net/svnroot/bluemusic/blue

This will be the location of the Netbeans RCP-based blue code.

Thanks!
steven



On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 9:10 PM, Steven Yi <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> This is just to notify that I have completed the intial process of
> converting the CVS repository over to SVN.  I followed the Sourceforge
> instruction and the code looks like it has migrated successfully. The
> layout of the new SVN repository is a little different than what I am
> used to, as it made the trank, branches, and tags folders in the root,
> with projects beneath them.  I will be testing tomorrow to make sure
> that the code was migrated successfully.
>
> To note, I had a good discussion today with Menno on the blue chat
> room (http://www.kunstmusik.com/blueChat.html) and I am pretty
> inspired to start work on "blue 2", which will be the re-development
> of blue on top of Netbeans Rich Client Platform.  Depending on what I
> find tomorrow and a little research, I may leave the imported folder
> structure as-is for the legacy blue code base, then create a new top
> level blue folder with branches/tags/trunk underneath for the new
> codebase.  I believe that this will take some time to do, though a lot
> if not most of the existing codebase will be reusable as-is with
> Netbeans RCP, but in the long run this move will yield a cleaner and
> easier codebase with which to work with, and will open up many new
> options for us all.
>
> I will likely start the initial import of the new codebase (I have
> some preliminary work locally) tomorrow, and will be focusing on this
> as my primary blue work.  I still have the discussion of the blue
> export dialog and will try to work this in parallel with the legacy
> code base for a final 0.126.0 release, then will direct my time on the
> new codebase.
>
> If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.  Also, I will
> reply tomorrow when I have tested the SVN code with instructions on
> how to checkout from SVN for the legacy codebase as well as the new
> codebase.
>
> Thanks!
> steven
>

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