[geeklog-devel] Geeklog repository on GitHub

Tom websitemaster at cogeco.net
Thu Dec 31 16:01:38 EST 2015

RE Pear - It's probably a good time to catch up. Do you think that is
something you could work on in the next few months? (at least find out if
anything major has broken)

Dirk what are your thoughts on Git and the bug tracker? It will be a bit of
work to get everything transferred over but once done maintenance would be a
lot less.

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Subject: Re: [geeklog-devel] Geeklog repository on GitHub

Tom <websitemaster at cogeco.net> wrote:

> Geeklog also has more than one repository so all of them will need to be

- the PEAR repository, http://project.geeklog.net/cgi-bin/hgwebdir.cgi/pear/

Speaking of which: I haven't updated this in a while for fear of breaking
things. On the PEAR side, quite a few packages have stopped supporting older
PHP versions and made changes for PHP 7. But I guess now would be a good
time to catch up?

> -        Geeklog Test Frame Work (needed?)

Well, it's horribly out of date, very fragile, currently has a failing
test(!) and all that, but it's the only kind of unit tests we have for

> Jenkins? Dirk you know way more about this than I do. Can Jenkins use git?

There's a git plugin (just like hg support is a plugin). I've never used it
but I guess I could get it to work.



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