[Stackless] Development status

Aleksandar Radulovic alex at a13x.net
Fri Sep 9 16:55:46 CEST 2011


Hey Ron,

Thanks for the tip, I was planning to do that, but I need emails of
all svn commiters.. It looks fine as it is now, ie:

changeset:   300:42414d766c45
branch:      release26-maint
tag:         python-2.64
user:        richard.tew
date:        Tue Oct 27 19:22:29 2009 +0000
summary:     Merged r75183-75706 from standard Python release26-maint
branch (Python 2.6.4 tagged revision).

User is richard.tew - of course, full name with email is way better,
but I'll need Richard or someone with admin SVN access to give me the
list..

Thanks again,
alex.

On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 1:58 PM, Ron DuPlain <ron.duplain at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Alex,
>
> On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 8:39 AM, Aleksandar Radulovic <alex at a13x.net> wrote:
>> The conversion took a loong time on my virtual server at Rackspace,
>> but went smoothly. The authors seem to be mapped to svn usernames
>> (maybe we want to run conversion again with all the emails of people
>> commiting)..
>
> Just making sure you save yourself the compute & network time...
>
> Hg's convert provides an authors mode where you can convert a
> repository on local disk, changing all of the author names without
> re-running the full conversion (like git filter-branch).  You already
> have the builtin convert extension enabled.  Create an author convert
> list:
>
>    <oldname>=<newname>
>
> ... then run:
>
>    hg convert --authors path/to/author.list ~/src/stack ~/src/stack-authors
>
> Entirely local.
>
> -Ron
>
>
>> Here are the tags:
>> alex at lenny:~/src/stack$ hg tags
>> tip                              545:a22e28ac234a
>> python-2.55                      534:805995910e49
>> python-2.54                      527:9d1921ae3920
>> python-2.53                      526:56055ccaf9d5
>> python-2.52                      497:a8d523a41749
>> python-2.52c1                    496:480af5a9dcc8
>> python-2.51                      463:a1c739578d45
>> python-2.5                       442:36fb676dca4e
>> python-2.5c1                     434:b38837703690
>> python-2.71                      417:4332380419e0
>> python-2.65                      322:4fb0ff9f6d96
>> python-2.64                      300:42414d766c45
>> python-2.63                      298:20ed90cfc850
>> python-2.6.2                     292:0da68795ac90
>> python-2.6.1                     286:a176f8c12e6a
>> python-2.6                       279:507e869f66d6
>> python-2.5b3                     222:eadda9cd8566
>> python-2.5b2                     220:0dc0f28cdd01
>> python-3.01                      192:ae315c2d29e0
>> python-3.0.1                     191:6ded28594d37
>> python-3.0                       184:71db2c395801
>> python-3.1.3                     175:bf4be7b17d59
>> python-3.12                      169:99dd7f6bfbd8
>> python-3.11                      157:9c05ac5b5d40
>> python-3.2                       153:9985fffba844
>> python-3.1                       119:061375212a12
>> python-2.44                       37:22691b22d6c2
>> python-2.43                       36:c61e3c87f9bd
>>
>> And the branches:
>> alex at lenny:~/src/stack$ hg branches
>> default                      545:a22e28ac234a
>> release25-maint              544:e103621bbf41
>> release27-maint              433:b9df342fad42
>> release26-maint              341:b7ba1737527e
>> release30-maint              202:12168fe513cf
>> release31-maint              181:f7e563c77801
>> release32-maint              155:de9c78664553
>> release24-maint               48:a0414e803d51
>> py3k                         153:9985fffba844 (inactive)
>> dev                           35:496b84ab1096 (inactive)
>>
>> Not sure why dev and py3k are marked inactive. ;)
>>
>> I am pushing it to https://bitbucket.org/a13x/stackless right now, so
>> you guys can clone it and test if everything's ok. This is going to
>> take a while, I'll let you know when its done..
>>
>> -alex
>>
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 3:02 PM, Aleksandar Radulovic <alex at a13x.net> wrote:
>>> As far as I know, hg convert takes all the history (branches included)
>>> from SVN and runs them in mercurial repo, step by step (including
>>> merges), so it should replicate pretty much exactly what happened in
>>> SVN.
>>>
>>> The conversion is still running, I will be able to give you more
>>> answers when its done..
>>>
>>> -alex
>>>
>>> On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 1:57 PM, Richard Tew <richard.m.tew at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 9:19 PM, Aleksandar Radulovic <alex at a13x.net> wrote:
>>>>> Hehe,
>>>>>
>>>>> Me and my big mouth :)
>>>>
>>>> While it's open :-)
>>>>
>>>> Do you know anything about what the best approach would be with regard
>>>> to different branches? Or would each branch need to be converted
>>>> separately?  What about their histories and their point of divergence
>>>> from the python branches I branched them from - something SVN records?
>>>>
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Richard.
>>>>
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