1. Migrating to Github

I'm using fast-export to convert the Mercurial repos to Git and it seems to be working well so far.

Who owns this, _tom maybe? https://github.com/OpenEuphoria/ It looks like a user.

Can we convert it to an organization and the grant individual users (i.e. me) access instead?

https://help.github.com/articles/converting-a-user-into-an-organization/

-Greg

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2. Re: Migrating to Github

Github OpenEuphoria is mine. (I just have to find out where I put my password...)

_tom

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3. Re: Migrating to Github

I have sent the github particulars to you directly.

You are free to use this account in any way for OE.

_tom

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4. Re: Migrating to Github

_tom said...

I have sent the github particulars to you directly.

You are free to use this account in any way for OE.

_tom

I received your email(s). Not sure why you sent two though...

You can keep the account if you'd like. In fact, I'd recommend it since you've used your email address and you'll probably want to contribute to the project.

The page I linked to details how to do that here. Basically you just need to rename the account and that should free up the organization name for us to use.

GitHub said...

Keep your personal user account and create a new organization manually

If you want your organization to have the same name that you are currently using for your personal account, or if you want to keep your personal user account's information intact, then you must create a new organization and transfer your repositories to it instead of converting your user account into an organization.

  1. To retain your current user account name for your personal use, change the name of your personal user account to something new and wonderful.
  2. Create a new organization with the original name of your personal user account.
  3. Transfer your repositories to your new organization account.

You really only have to do step 1. I'll take care of the rest.

-Greg

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5. Re: Migrating to Github

I've got the organization set up now, thanks Tom!

I'm still working out a surprising number of build issues on the default branch. Once I get that worked out, I'll complete the migration to GitHub and do the 4.1 release there.

-Greg

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6. Re: Migrating to Github

I sent out a bunch of invitations earlier to join the organization. Anyone who has an existing GitHub account before I pull in the repo will help make the transition a little bit easier since I can match commit authors during the import process.

-Greg

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7. Re: Migrating to Github

ghaberek said...

I've got the organization set up now, thanks Tom!

I'm still working out a surprising number of build issues on the default branch. Once I get that worked out, I'll complete the migration to GitHub and do the 4.1 release there.

-Greg

I was trying to build the latest eui code from 32-bit Linux to 64-bit Linux and I got something that just seg faults on me. Maybe I need to build the latest 32-bit toolkit and build with that.

SD Pringle

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8. Re: Migrating to Github

SDPringle said...

I was trying to build the latest eui code from 32-bit Linux to 64-bit Linux and I got something that just seg faults on me. Maybe I need to build the latest 32-bit toolkit and build with that.

Hmm. I haven't tried that yet. Just building 64-bit with 64-bit on Windows for now.

Did this ever get fixed? http://openeuphoria.org/forum/123670.wc

That is, should the interpreter report system-vs-managed memory correctly?

I did a cursor search of the commit history and found nothing to that affect.

-Greg

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ghaberek said...

Once I get that worked out, I'll complete the migration to GitHub and do the 4.1 release there.

Scratch that. We should release 4.1 first then migrate to GitHub. I don't want to let one side-track the other.

The deeper I dig back into the world of Euphoria development, the more I remember how tangled it all is. Good grief.

-Greg

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