On Mon, Apr 6, 2015 at 6:58 AM, Frank Palazzolo <fr...@avoidspikes.com> wrote:
> > Hi. I just joined this list, and I wanted to give feedback on the > bitbucket mirror. First of all, I think it's a great idea. > Thanks. > Secondly, I noticed that the difference between the CVS repository and the > bitbucket one is that the CVS "Id" tags inside the files were not imported. > The conversion was made as a proof of concept. I believe I used the first method - ConvertExtension from: http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/RepositoryConversion#CVS I actually like that they were stripped out, but it would be nice if they > were removed in a final changeset after import - instead of from every > revision. > > For example, I was trying to compare the win32a code, which seems to have > come from a fork of CVS prior to the the 2014 changes. Because it contains > the Id tags, it's tricky to compare those against files in the bitbucket > mirror. > There is an open issus to add CVS converter to automated server queue, but I personally don't have resources to spend time on that https://bitbucket.org/rirror/rirror/issue/2/add-pdcurses-mirror-cvs-converter but if there will be some research which way is the the best and most secure for incremental conversions, I am looking forward to include it into cron job. > > At any rate, I am looking forward to PDCurses supporting SDL2. FWIW - I > am playing with emscripten and PDCurses, and it looks like the latest > version of the emscripten toolchain only works on libraries which support > SDL2. I'd love to see a full-featured SDL2 port with all the goodies in > the win32a port. > Do you have a table with comparison of win32a port goodies with everything else? -- anatoly t.