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[scala-tools] Scala Github repository is now live

Josh Suereth
Hello Scala Community,


I'm happy to inform you that the *new and clean* Scala git repository is now live and official.  Over the next few days, we'll be migrating the rest of the ecosystem over to this repository.

But for now, feel free to clone and test things out!



- Josh

P.S. If you have old forks, you may want to rename them and git remote set-url <old-scala-remote> git://github.com/scala/legacy-svn-scala.git
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[scala-tools] Re: [scala-user] Scala Github repository is now live

Dean Wampler-2
Nice work, all! Now we can say that Scala is cool ;)

On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 1:17 PM, Josh Suereth <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hello Scala Community,
>
> I'm happy to inform you that the *new and clean* Scala git repository is now
> live and official.  Over the next few days, we'll be migrating the rest of
> the ecosystem over to this repository.
> But for now, feel free to clone and test things out!
> https://github.com/scala/scala
>
> - Josh
> P.S. If you have old forks, you may want to rename them and git remote
> set-url <old-scala-remote> git://github.com/scala/legacy-svn-scala.git



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[scala-tools] Re: Scala Github repository is now live

Josh Suereth
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Well, we expected to find at least one issue, and we did.

The pull/push binary libs scripts had a last minute fix for windows that unfortunately broke macintosh (due to uname differences between GNU coretools and POSIX).

The *only* change was a single line in the tools/binary-repo-libs.sh script, but this has generated new SHA's for all commits in the repository, so it mandated a re-fork.   We've verified that everything works on cygwin, linux and macintosh.   Please download and try it out.

I apologize to everyone for the necessity, but forks made today will have to be remade against the current scala/scala because the commit history has been altered.   

Note:  This is the *LAST* time history in git will be rewritten for Scala.   Each head (2.8.x, 2.9.x and master) is up-to-date and working, and we'll use regular old patches to move forward from this point.

Again, I apologize for any inconvenience.   We thank everyone for the pull requests so far, and we look forward to many more in the future!

- Josh



On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 2:17 PM, Josh Suereth <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Scala Community,


I'm happy to inform you that the *new and clean* Scala git repository is now live and official.  Over the next few days, we'll be migrating the rest of the ecosystem over to this repository.
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But for now, feel free to clone and test things out!



- Josh

P.S. If you have old forks, you may want to rename them and git remote set-url <old-scala-remote> git://github.com/scala/legacy-svn-scala.git

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