[Pharo-users] Fossil and Filetree

Thierry Goubier thierry.goubier at gmail.com
Sat Oct 24 12:44:03 EDT 2015

Hilaire, Dale,

the easiest would be to make a fork of filetree on github, and try from 
there. But a branch in the main filetree would work just as well, with 
the added benefit of the travis CI integration (and gitfiletree has 
tests in there). Running tests locally is often necessary, but setting 
it up is a bit more involved (but I should have that in a Makefile 

Hilaire, if you prefer a Smalltalkhub project, just do so and I'll make 
regular merges back into filetree.


Le 24/10/2015 18:04, Dale Henrichs a écrit :
> Thierry and Hilaire,
> If you want to work together up on the github repo, that's up to you and
> Hilaire, if you have a github id, let me know and I will add you as a
> contributor on the project so that you two can work together ...
> Dale
> On 10/24/15 6:55 AM, Hilaire wrote:
>> Le 22/10/2015 10:47, Thierry Goubier a écrit :
>>> Yes, I guess so.
>>> Still, with all the people interested by Fossil, I think the
>>> motivation is there. And it would be nice to see a bit of refactoring
>>> to decouple the format from the specific commands used for the
>>> specific VCS.
>>> Thierry
>> I started to look at it creating abstracted super classes. But RB
>> (refactoring tool I guess) bumped on the middle, try again,  then went
>> fine, ouf!
>> Any sandbox where to commit?
>> Hilaire

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