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Brian Matherly
I'm not sure exactly what happened here, but it looks like the Allura upgrade completed and Sourceforge failed to notify us. The new repository is live and the new URL is here:
http://svn.code.sf.net/p/gramps/code/

If you look at the history, you can see that it was cloned up to revision 20551 (October 12). But we have kept committing new changes to the old URL and it is now up to 20574.

In order to get the new repository up to speed with the old one, I plan on re-launching the clone process later today. Here is what I plan on doing:

1) I'm currently creating a local clone of the old repository as a backup.
2) Next I will launch the clone process for the Sourceforge site
3) When that is complete, I will notify everyone.

This could take a day or two.

I would ask that as of right now, nobody commit anything until the clone is complete. At that time, everyone should start using the new URL. You will probably have to check-out a fresh working copy and manually move any changes you have over (using svn diff). In the mean time, click around in the new Sourceforge site - it looks really great.

Let me know if you have any questions.

~Brian

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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - DO NOT COMMIT ANYTHING.

Brian Matherly
Here is the latest update:

The import attempt failed (again). I have a complete and clean backup of the repository, and the old (or should I say current) repository is still live. So nothing is in danger. I've launched another import (3rd time's a charm, right?). If this one fails overnight, I'll start pressing on Sourceforge in the morning.

It's unfortunate that this came about during a release cycle - but there never really is a "good" time - and I don't know how long our old repository will be around.

Please bear with me and keep your commits to yourself for just a little while longer.

Thanks,

~Brian


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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - DO NOT COMMIT ANYTHING.

Benny Malengier


2012/10/19 Brian Matherly <[hidden email]>
Here is the latest update:

The import attempt failed (again). I have a complete and clean backup of the repository, and the old (or should I say current) repository is still live. So nothing is in danger. I've launched another import (3rd time's a charm, right?). If this one fails overnight, I'll start pressing on Sourceforge in the morning.

It's unfortunate that this came about during a release cycle - but there never really is a "good" time - and I don't know how long our old repository will be around.

Please bear with me and keep your commits to yourself for just a little while longer.

Ok.

Those times I tried to create a git-svn repo of gramps on my PC it always failed with timeouts, so we should be glad the backup at least worked.

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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - DO NOT COMMIT ANYTHING.

Brian Matherly
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> The import attempt failed (again). I have a complete and clean backup of the

> repository, and the old (or should I say current) repository is still live. So
> nothing is in danger. I've launched another import (3rd time's a charm,
> right?). If this one fails overnight, I'll start pressing on Sourceforge in
> the morning.

It failed again. I've entered a support ticked. Feel free to follow along:
https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/1109/

I see other projects have had the same problem and have entered support tickets. It looks like they usually get resolved within a day.

Thanks for your patience everyone.

~Brian


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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - DO NOT COMMIT ANYTHING.

Benny Malengier


2012/10/19 Brian Matherly <[hidden email]>
> The import attempt failed (again). I have a complete and clean backup of the

> repository, and the old (or should I say current) repository is still live. So
> nothing is in danger. I've launched another import (3rd time's a charm,
> right?). If this one fails overnight, I'll start pressing on Sourceforge in
> the morning.

It failed again. I've entered a support ticked. Feel free to follow along:
https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/1109/

I see other projects have had the same problem and have entered support tickets. It looks like they usually get resolved within a day.

Thanks for your patience everyone.

They say to keep using our svn:
http://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/1109/

So, we do that, and commit again?

Benny


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Brian Matherly
>They say to keep using our svn:

>http://sourceforge.net/p/forge/site-support/1109/
>
>So, we do that, and commit again?


I would say "yes" for now. The way they have the system set up, we can focus back on the new repo after the release. The Wiki they set up is workable to keep us going for now.

One thing: It looks like someone did relaunch the import. If it would happen to succeed before anyone commits, then I'll let everyone know to switch over.

Let's open up work on the current repo again and I'll let everyone know when we will try to switch to the new one.

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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - USE THE NEW REPOSITORY

Brian Matherly
> Let's open up work on the current repo again and I'll let everyone know

> when we will try to switch to the new one.

The last import worked!

The new repository is now available. I would ask that everyone switch to the new repository:
https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20574/tree/

Is
 there anyone who would volunteer to search the wiki and change all the
repository paths from the old repository to the new repository?
Old path:
   gramps.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/gramps/
New path:
   svn.code.sf.net/p/gramps/code/

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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - USE THE NEW REPOSITORY

enno
Hi Brian,

When I try to checkout from the new path, svn asks for a password that I
don't have.

And when I register as a new sf user, I still don't get access with my
new username and password.

I'm not registered as a gramps developer that can commit, and I don't
want that type of access yet either, but I can read (co, up) from the
old repository without any authorization. Can this be configured for the
new repo too?

thanks,

Enno


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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - USE THE NEW REPOSITORY

David Robinow
On Sat, Oct 20, 2012 at 9:23 AM, Enno Borgsteede <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Brian,
>
> When I try to checkout from the new path, svn asks for a password that I
> don't have.
>
> And when I register as a new sf user, I still don't get access with my
> new username and password.
>
> I'm not registered as a gramps developer that can commit, and I don't
> want that type of access yet either, but I can read (co, up) from the
> old repository without any authorization. Can this be configured for the
> new repo too?
> Enno
 Use http:   instead of https:  ?
It worked for me.

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> Use http:   instead of https:  ?
> It worked for me.

Yes, here too.

thanks,

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Re: ADMIN: Allura upgrade and the SVN repo - USE THE NEW REPOSITORY

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On Oct 20, 2012, at 5:46 AM, Brian Matherly <[hidden email]> wrote:

>> Let's open up work on the current repo again and I'll let everyone know
>
>> when we will try to switch to the new one.
>
> The last import worked!
>
> The new repository is now available. I would ask that everyone switch to the new repository:
> https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20574/tree/
>
> Is
> there anyone who would volunteer to search the wiki and change all the
> repository paths from the old repository to the new repository?
> Old path:
>    gramps.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/gramps/
> New path:
>    svn.code.sf.net/p/gramps/code/

Great. Two more things:

The "code" button isn't showing up on SF, but it is for the two of my projects (meaning I'm the admin) which I've converted. Can one of the SF admins enable it so that we can browse online, or is that due to the workaround that SF customer support set up?

What about gramps-addons? That's still showing the old "code" address (gramps-addons.svn.sourceforge.net) on its code page.

Regards,
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Brian Matherly
> The "code" button isn't showing up on SF, but it is for the two of

> my projects (meaning I'm the admin) which I've converted. Can one of the
> SF admins enable it so that we can browse online, or is that due to the
> workaround that SF customer support set up?

Fixed now.

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Paul Franklin-5
Roughly ten-twelve hours ago, when I went to

http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code

it redirected me to the 20575 page, which was indeed
showing a revision-20575 change (I forget where).

Ever since, every time I've gone there it has theoretically
redirected me to the 20575 page but the newest thing
there is from 2 October and is revision 20490 -- even though
the text higher up in the page insists it is code revision 20575.

Is anybody else seeing it that way?

On 10/20/12, Brian Matherly <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> The "code" button isn't showing up on SF, but it is for the two of
>
>> my projects (meaning I'm the admin) which I've converted. Can one of the
>> SF admins enable it so that we can browse online, or is that due to the
>> workaround that SF customer support set up?
>
> Fixed now.
>
> ~BM

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On Oct 21, 2012, at 7:08 PM, Paul Franklin <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Roughly ten-twelve hours ago, when I went to
>
> http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code
>
> it redirected me to the 20575 page, which was indeed
> showing a revision-20575 change (I forget where).
>
> Ever since, every time I've gone there it has theoretically
> redirected me to the 20575 page but the newest thing
> there is from 2 October and is revision 20490 -- even though
> the text higher up in the page insists it is code revision 20575.
>
> Is anybody else seeing it that way?

Well, not exactly. If you look at the last commit against trunk on that first page it indeed shows 20490, but if you look at history (button on the upper right) it lists changes up to 20575, and if you navigate into trunk/gramps/plugins you'll find 20574. To see 20575, go to branches/maintenance/gramps34/po/sk.po. The directory listing shows 18777, but if you display the file it's dated 2012-10-21.

So, yes, the directory listings are messed up, but everything seems to be there.

Regards,
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Tim Lyons
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Brian Matherly wrote
The new repository is now available. I would ask that everyone switch to the new repository:
https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20574/tree/

I don't understand how this is supposed to work?

Am I supposed to use that path with 20574 in it irrespective of what the latest version in the repository is?

I have specified
http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code

with my svn client which wants to show me the folders below that, so I can select which branch I want to import, and I get:
    Repository has been moved
svn: Repository moved temporarily to 'http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree/'; please relocate

and it won't open any folder below that.

How do I import just one branch?
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and if I specify the fuller path, I get:

    RA layer request failed
svn: OPTIONS of 'http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree': 200 OK (http://sourceforge.net)


Help please - I would like to get back to doing some updates!!!
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On Oct 22, 2012, at 10:37 AM, Tim Lyons <[hidden email]> wrote:

> and if I specify the fuller path, I get:
>
>    RA layer request failed
> svn: OPTIONS of 'http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree': 200 OK
> (http://sourceforge.net)
>
>
> Help please - I would like to get back to doing some updates!!!

When I'm logged in to SF and go to
https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree/

I see the following in a text box:
svn checkout --username=jralls svn+ssh://[hidden email]/p/gramps/code/trunk gramps-code

Assuming that you have SSH keys set up on SF (if you don't, instructions are at https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/sourceforge/wiki/SSH%20keys) you should see something similar, but with your userid instead of mine. Note that it's a bit redundant: You don't have to specify both --username and the id in the url. Also note that it's telling svn to check out into gramps-code, so you might want to change that. Finally, no matter where you are (even in a branch), it's set to check out trunk. Substitute the path to what you actually want (e.g. branches/maintenance/gramps-34).

Regards,
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Tim Lyons
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On 22 Oct 2012, at 20:35, John Ralls wrote:

>
> On Oct 22, 2012, at 10:37 AM, Tim Lyons <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> and if I specify the fuller path, I get:
>>
>>   RA layer request failed
>> svn: OPTIONS of 'http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree': 
>> 200 OK
>> (http://sourceforge.net)
>>
>>
>> Help please - I would like to get back to doing some updates!!!
>
> When I'm logged in to SF and go to
> https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree/
>
> I see the following in a text box:
> svn checkout --username=jralls svn+ssh://[hidden email]/p/
> gramps/code/trunk gramps-code
>
> Assuming that you have SSH keys set up on SF (if you don't,  
> instructions are at https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/sourceforge/wiki/SSH%20keys)
>  you should see something similar, but with your userid instead of  
> mine. Note that it's a bit redundant: You don't have to specify both  
> --username and the id in the url. Also note that it's telling svn to  
> check out into gramps-code, so you might want to change that.  
> Finally, no matter where you are (even in a branch), it's set to  
> check out trunk. Substitute the path to what you actually want (e.g.  
> branches/maintenance/gramps-34).
>


John,

Thanks for that advice, but my svn client doesn't like --username etc  
as a URL, it says that "The repository path must be a valid URL".

There doesn't seem to be anywhere else to specify the username (at  
least not for checkout - for commit it asks for it interactively).

By the way, that box at the top of the page also specifies http, but  
that doesn't work either - again I can't specify the --username

Tim.


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On Oct 22, 2012, at 2:39 PM, Tim Lyons <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> On 22 Oct 2012, at 20:35, John Ralls wrote:
>
>>
>> On Oct 22, 2012, at 10:37 AM, Tim Lyons <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>> and if I specify the fuller path, I get:
>>>
>>>  RA layer request failed
>>> svn: OPTIONS of 'http://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree': 200 OK
>>> (http://sourceforge.net)
>>>
>>>
>>> Help please - I would like to get back to doing some updates!!!
>>
>> When I'm logged in to SF and go to
>> https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20575/tree/
>>
>> I see the following in a text box:
>> svn checkout --username=jralls svn+ssh://[hidden email]/p/gramps/code/trunk gramps-code
>>
>> Assuming that you have SSH keys set up on SF (if you don't, instructions are at https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/sourceforge/wiki/SSH%20keys) you should see something similar, but with your userid instead of mine. Note that it's a bit redundant: You don't have to specify both --username and the id in the url. Also note that it's telling svn to check out into gramps-code, so you might want to change that. Finally, no matter where you are (even in a branch), it's set to check out trunk. Substitute the path to what you actually want (e.g. branches/maintenance/gramps-34).
>>
>
>
> John,
>
> Thanks for that advice, but my svn client doesn't like --username etc as a URL, it says that "The repository path must be a valid URL".
>
> There doesn't seem to be anywhere else to specify the username (at least not for checkout - for commit it asks for it interactively).
>
> By the way, that box at the top of the page also specifies http, but that doesn't work either - again I can't specify the --username

Well, it worked for me on 10.5, 10.6, and 10.8 using the svn that comes the system, with both the svn+ssh and https URLs. Oh, and on the 10.5 system I don't have my SF key, so it prompted for a password.
 
It also works for ssh without the --username=jralls, as I said that it would.

You can checkout with https without the --username argument as well, but it will checkout read-only.

Regards,
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Tim Lyons
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John,

Thanks very much for your help, I have eventually managed to figure out (with your help) how to get svn working. Note that I was trying to use a non-command line svn client (subclipse actually, though I have also tried RapidSVN), rather than just the svn command line tool.

Well, I had got totally confused. Setting up the system is very complicated.

The address specified by Brian in his message of 20 Oct to "USE THE NEW REPOSITORY": https://sourceforge.net/p/gramps/code/20574/tree/
is NOT the address to use for your svn checkout.

The command for checking out trunk using http access is:
svn checkout  https://svn.code.sf.net/p/gramps/code/trunk gramps-code

This will then request your SourceForge password, and then username and password if password doesn't validate (even though it is for read-only access) and will checkout read-only. Also, according to this website: https://sourceforge.net/p/forge/documentation/svn%20-%20Beta/, http is slower than svn+ssh, so the latter should be used whenever possible.

I also found that graphical svn clients tended to repeatedly ask for username and password credentials.



To use svn+ssh access:

1) generate a ssh key(as specified here: https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/sourceforge/wiki/SSH%20keys)
ssh-keygen -t dsa -C "USERNAME@svn.code.sf.net"

2) Navigate to https://sourceforge.net/account/ssh, open your public key folder (usually at ~/.ssh/id_dsa.pub) and copy the key into the webpage. Click on update, and make sure that the response says one key.

3) Wait (at least 30 minutes) for the ssh to propagate through the SourceForge system.

4a) To checkout trunk, using an svn command line tool, type:
svn checkout --username=USERNAME svn+ssh://USERNAME@svn.code.sf.net/p/gramps/code/trunk gramps-code
replacing USERNAME with your SourceForge username.

4b) To use a graphic svn tool, Create a new repository location:
svn+ssh://USERNAME@svn.code.sf.net/p/gramps/code
Your password will be requested, and may then be cached, so that you do not need to repeat it.

5b) The graphical client will allow navigation and selection of a particular branch.
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