I'm just wondering if there has been any consideration for migrating
ice4j and Jitsi to a git repository?
There have been previous discussions yes. Basically, it would require
effort to migrate the repository and all the build machines, it would
add to the learning curve and anyone who's really set on using git can
do so with git-svn.
On the other hand people that do not like the way git works would not
have the choice of using and svn-git
Also, there used to be somewhat limited support for git in the various
IDEs on the various platforms.
I currently use git-svn to track ice4j.
- It lets me make commits even when I am offline (e.g. on a plane)
- It lets me make my changes on a private branch and keep using them
even before they are accepted into the main repo
However, git-svn adds slightly more complexity than just pure git
Right, other than removing this slight complexity, I really don't see
what advantages git or any other distributed VS would bring to the way
we work in the Jitsi community.
On the other hand it would increase complexity and it would require a
migration effort that right now we simply cannot spare, given that we
are trying to roll out video conferencing, a new GUI, and an android
On 15.07.12 00:32, Daniel Pocock wrote: