[Users] Einstein Toolkit Meeting Minutes

Bruno Coutinho Mundim bcmsma at astro.rit.edu
Thu Jul 17 05:21:46 CDT 2014

They look good to me. Should we distribute a commit-msg hook
for the client to enforce the policy "Thorn:" in the commit
messages? and on top of that set up the server to reject
unformatted messages?

In any case, I vote to move these repos to git asap.


On 07/17/2014 02:10 AM, Barry Wardell wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 11:27 AM, Frank Loeffler <knarf at cct.lsu.edu> wrote:
>> Barry prepared a test conversion of CactusBase, including 'trunk/master'
>> and ET_2014_05 so far. A few minor issues were noted:
>>   - empty one-line logs: will be fixed
>>   - empty authors: ok (from cvs2svn)
>>   - thorn-prefixes to be changed from "[thorn] " to "thorn: "
>>   - all branches will be included in next test
>>   - assumption: branch creation among thorns at "same time"
>>     -> probably ok, and if not conversion scripts will complain
> I have now finished the conversion for two of the arrangements, CactusBase
> and CactusNumerical. The results can be seen at:
> https://bitbucket.org/barrywardell/cactusbase
> https://bitbucket.org/barrywardell/cactusnumerical
> One minor issue which appeared during the conversion is that there were a
> few branches and tags which appear to be a result of a less-than-perfect
> CVS->SVN conversion. This does not affect any of what I could consider the
> "important" branches and tags, i.e. for ET and Cactus releases. Except in a
> couple of cases where these branches are clearly useful, I have omitted
> them from the merged repository.
> The conversion is mostly scripted, although there are necessarily a couple
> manual cleanup steps at the end. This manual cleanup is a somewhat
> time-consuming process, so if the new repository layouts look good to
> everyone it would be nice to transition to them soon-ish, before too much
> development happens in the thorn svn repositories.
> Barry
> _______________________________________________
> Users mailing list
> Users at einsteintoolkit.org
> http://lists.einsteintoolkit.org/mailman/listinfo/users

More information about the Users mailing list