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clisp -- Flávio Cruz, GSoC 2008 (was: Writing translators in lisp - cl-h

From: Thomas Schwinge
Subject: clisp -- Flávio Cruz, GSoC 2008 (was: Writing translators in lisp - cl-hurd code recovered)
Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 11:08:24 +0200
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On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 08:23:22AM +0200, Arne Babenhauserheide wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 15. September 2009 08:56:24 schrieb Arne Babenhauserheide:
> > Since the Hurd has bindings for using common Lisp for translators, you can
> >  in fact use Lisp to write part of an OS (the attached snapshot is the
> >  version from Tue Sep 16 15:50:43 2008 - I had a disk failure which ate a
> >  part of the repositories history; I already asked Flavio if he still has
> >  an intact clone lying around).
> I now got the whole repository directly from the maintainer of freehg.org 
> (Matthew Marshall) and used the great hg-git extension to transparently (and 
> mostly effortlessly) move changes between git and hg. 
> So you can now find the cl-lisp repository at bitbucket *and* gitorious: 
> - http://gitorious.org/cl-hurd/cl-hurd
> - http://bitbucket.org/ArneBab/cl-hurd

Flávio, I understand it correctly that these repositories represent the
whole development, and the commits in your Hurd CVS branch
(flaviocruz-soc2008-lisp-branch) are only aggregations of these?  Then,
it'd be more logical to just use the cl-hurd Git repository (as offered
on gitorious) instead of converting the CVS branch to Git.  Everyone

> If it hasn't been integrated into our main repositories yet, now's the time 
> :) 

Doing that right now.  

In the longer term, do we intend to keep all these repositories in sync
(Savannah, gitorious: Git; bitbucket: hg), or do we retire all but one of
them?  Pros / cons?


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