[Pharo-project] Pharo by Example has moved to github
renggli at gmail.com
Mon Oct 11 11:32:11 EDT 2010
>> Excellent, can I also push the Seaside Book there?
> If you want. Now I do not see the interest of git when we use it as svn. And I would prefer to host the book on an inria server
> because I know that this is backup by someboyd else than me.
> and for a book I do not want to fork it (or people can fork it but I do not care of what they will do with their fork).
The problem is that the sync with Pier does not work with SVN. You can
only update and backup by using Git with the SVN backend.
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