On Sun, 2010-08-29 at 19:26 -0500, Sverre Rabbelier wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 19:01, Jelmer Vernooij <jel...@samba.org> wrote:
> > I wasn't aware there was anything like that. Where does it live?
> I got the original one from the bazaar folks, I plan to put it on pypi
> as a proper library. Currently you can see it at my git-remote-hg
> branch [0].
> > I've been looking at implementing fastimport/fastexport in dulwich; if
> > there's a standalone library Dulwich can depend on, that'd be even
> > nicer.
> Yes, I think we need consolidate all fastimport efforts, it'd be great
> if Dulwich used the to-be-made pypi library. You can see it in use at
> [1] and [2], although [2] is using it to convert to mercurial commits,
> it shouldn't be hard to create git commits instead.
> [0] 
> http://github.com/SRabbelier/git/commit/81223b8463df139dafb02c25b240652e33ea60a1
> [1] 
> http://github.com/SRabbelier/git/commit/dca07fbb02fb64522044cf10896b1961df84a5cb
> [2] 
> http://github.com/SRabbelier/git/commit/cde74cb8cb52a413e0da0e2b3708768ac47a7d5c

Thanks. I might have a look at putting this into a separate library as
I'd like to do a dulwich release soon, and would rather pull the initial
bits of fastimport code we have now out before an eventual release.

I think the code that creates git commits using dulwich is probably the
bit that should be part of Dulwich.



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