I want to use my team branch as my trunk (exaile)

Asked by Adam Olsen on 2007-08-28

I'm trying to move all of my code/bug tracking to launchpad. I would like to use my team branch as my trunk. If possible, it would be great if I could get it synced first with svn://64.251.22.233/usr/local/svn/exaile.

Thanks,

Adam

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Adam Olsen (arolsen) said : #1

The project is 'exaile', btw.

David Allouche (ddaa) said : #2

> I would like to use my team branch as my trunk.

Which team branch are you referring to? Is it an existing Launchpad branch, or one you have not yet registered?

> it would be great if I could get it synced first with svn://64.251.22.233/usr/local/svn/exaile.

We have a code import of svn://exaile.org/usr/local/svn/exaile/trunk in https://launchpad.net/exaile/trunk. However it has not been updated in the past day because exaile.org is no longer acception svn connections. How is svn://64.251.22.233/usr/local/svn/exaile related to the exaile.org svn repository?

Adam Olsen (arolsen) said : #3

The team branch is exaile-devel.

Exaile.org got hacked, so I'm moving it to a more secure location. The domain is already pointed to the new server, svn://64.251.22.233/usr/local/svn/exaile is the repository on the old server.

Adam Olsen (arolsen) said : #4

Actually, the import that you currently have is probably up-to-date. If we could just start using your bzr as our rcs, that would be great.

David Allouche (ddaa) said : #5

We had a long IRC discussion yesterday to help you set up a bzr branch.

Is there anything else you need help with?

Adam Olsen (arolsen) said : #6

Nope, I'm good. Thanks a bunch :)