• CVS

    From Ben Ritchey@1:393/68.8 to All on Fri Jul 6 13:57:22 2018
    Hi All,

    Can anyone fix the custom startup screen (using mygolded.h) in the current CVS checkout? It fails to display all the information (like distributed by) that is

    provided in mygolded.h


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  • From Ben Ritchey@1:393/68.8 to All on Mon Jul 9 19:08:14 2018
    Hi All,

    Pardon my asking, but who is managing the GoldEd+ source code at Sourceforge.net? To whom would I submit a candidate change/patch to and in what

    format/vehicle should it be in?

    Thanks in advance :)


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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Ben Ritchey on Mon Jul 9 23:19:26 2018
    On 2018 Jul 09 19:08:14, you wrote to All:

    Pardon my asking, but who is managing the GoldEd+ source code at Sourceforge.net? To whom would I submit a candidate change/patch to
    and in what format/vehicle should it be in?

    you set up a SF account, clone or fork the project, make the changes in your clone/fork and then generate a pull request... that's the best way... that's also a simplified explanation...

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  • From Ben Ritchey@1:393/68 to Mark Lewis on Mon Jul 9 23:50:29 2018
    * An ongoing debate between mark lewis and Ben Ritchey rages on ...

    Pardon my asking, but who is managing the GoldEd+ source code at
    Sourceforge.net? To whom would I submit a candidate change/patch
    to and in what format/vehicle should it be in?
    you set up a SF account, clone or fork the project, make the changes
    in your clone/fork and then generate a pull request... that's the best way... that's also a simplified explanation...

    Have an account, will see if I can fork GoldEd+ :)


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  • From Michael Dukelsky@2:5020/1042 to Ben Ritchey on Tue Jul 10 12:04:48 2018
    Hello Ben,

    Monday July 09 2018, Ben Ritchey wrote to All:

    Pardon my asking, but who is managing the GoldEd+ source code at Sourceforge.net?

    Nobody. Sourceforge.net freezed all cvs servers so GoldEd+ was transfered to github.com
    https://github.com/golded-plus/golded-plus

    The project stays frozen at sf.net just for history.

    To whom would I submit a candidate change/patch to
    and in what format/vehicle should it be in?

    You fork the repository, make your changes https://help.github.com/articles/fork-a-repo/
    and then open a pull request https://help.github.com/articles/creating-a-pull-request-from-a-fork/

    Michael

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  • From Ben Ritchey@1:393/68.8 to Michael Dukelsky on Tue Jul 10 08:06:18 2018
    *
    * On Tuesday 10 Jul 2018 191 at 12:04 PM,
    * Michael Dukelsky said to Ben Ritchey,
    * about CVS ...
    *

    Thanks for info!


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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Ben Ritchey on Tue Jul 10 09:04:40 2018

    On 2018 Jul 09 23:50:28, you wrote to me:

    Pardon my asking, but who is managing the GoldEd+ source code at
    Sourceforge.net? To whom would I submit a candidate change/patch to
    and in what format/vehicle should it be in?
    you set up a SF account, clone or fork the project, make the changes
    in your clone/fork and then generate a pull request... that's the
    best way... that's also a simplified explanation...

    Have an account, will see if I can fork GoldEd+ :)

    i left it out of the above but i also use a local repo which is a clone of my SF fork... my SF fork is known "origin" and i add another entry to the git config pointing to the main repo with it known as "upstream"... once i have my SF fork cloned here, i always pull from "upstream" and push to "origin"... when
    i have changes, they get pushed to "origin" and then i generate the pull request on "upstream"...

    i have actually edited in my remote fork and then done the pull request but that's a bit tougher if it is code... in my case, when i did this, it was the snort FAQ which i didn't need to have locally to edit :)

    [edit]

    after reading Michael Dukelsky's post, i realize that i dont' think that i specified this was all with git... not svn or cvs or similar...

    [/edit]

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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Michael Dukelsky on Tue Jul 10 08:59:32 2018

    On 2018 Jul 10 12:04:48, you wrote to Ben Ritchey:

    Pardon my asking, but who is managing the GoldEd+ source code at
    Sourceforge.net?

    Nobody. Sourceforge.net freezed all cvs servers so GoldEd+ was transfered to github.com
    https://github.com/golded-plus/golded-plus

    The project stays frozen at sf.net just for history.

    damn! i keep forgetting that... why didn't the project just do the conversion from cvs to git and remain at SF? is there something that can be put on the SF project page that stands out with a statement stating that the project is frozen on SF? maybe something in big red blinking text?

    To whom would I submit a candidate change/patch to
    and in what format/vehicle should it be in?

    You fork the repository, make your changes https://help.github.com/articles/fork-a-repo/
    and then open a pull request https://help.github.com/articles/creating-a-pull-request-from-a-fork/

    same basic format as i wrote about except that it is all done via github instead of SF...

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  • From Michael Dukelsky@2:5020/1042 to mark lewis on Tue Jul 10 17:16:30 2018
    Hello mark,

    Tuesday July 10 2018, mark lewis wrote to Michael Dukelsky:

    damn! i keep forgetting that... why didn't the project just do the conversion from cvs to git and remain at SF? is there something that
    can be put on the SF project page that stands out with a statement
    stating that the project is frozen on SF? maybe something in big red blinking text?

    I don't know how to program html pages. If you do it I may put the page in place.

    Michael

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