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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Re: [gnu.org #348523] Mapping Savannah pro


From: Yavor Doganov
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Re: [gnu.org #348523] Mapping Savannah projects to http://www.gnu.org/server/standards/translations/X/
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 23:40:46 +0300
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Sylvain Beucler wrote:
> 
> Ok but _where_ are those CVS repositories?

I'm sorry that I don't understand the Savannah setup, so I'm most
probably talking nonsense.

I think that Ward removed these directories at www.gnu.org, but he
meant someone to remove the subdirectories of these projects' Web
repositories at cvs.sv.gnu.org.

So if I had, say, /test under www-bg's web repository, any commit
there would replicate and propagate to http://gnu.org/s/www-bg/test/.
I thought that he meant exactly this as "CVS directories", and this,
presumably, will be handled (semi-)automatically.

> Does this mean I remove all of
>  www-bg/ www-bn/ www-eo/ www-fi/ www-ja/ www-nl/
> web CVS repositories from Savannah?

If you can make them mapped to the new locations without creating
directories/files in the old locations, I don't see a reason for the
removal.  I saw something similar in the commits, so you've probably
already done that.  As for their contents (if any) -- it is useless,
so no concerns for removal/deletion.
(Disclamer: Another uneducated statement/guess).




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