On Mon, 2 Apr 2012, Jeremy O'Donoghue wrote:

This is a very good idea, but I was thinking of doing almost exactly the 
opposite: before I apply the
changes to the main repo, I was planning to create a wxHaskell-0.13 (wxWidgets 
2.8.x) branch on
code.haskell.org, probably by creating wxdirect-0.13, wxcore-0.13 and wx-0.13 
branches as separate
directories. The other option would be to move 0.13 support to Darcsden.

For the repositories of my projects I tend to use one repository per Cabal package, because I use darcs tags for tagging versions that I uploaded to Hackage and the versions, especially the minor versions, of the packages of one project are not always in sync. Translated to wxhaskell this means, current wxcore might have version whereas wx might have version

I think it makes sense to have a 'central' repo for changes. It is easy for private repositories to be lost over time.

Does this work for you? 

This would be perfect. What is the advantage of darcsden compared to code.haskell.org? Currently I am very happy with code.haskell.org.


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