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Source code moved to git

jodastephen
All,
FYI, the primary source code repository for this project has moved to
git. Right now, the git repo is at sourceforge, but it will be moving
to github soon. (I need to split out each subproject into a separate
project, as the basic move from svn was horid due to the non standard
structure)

The project home page remains at Sourceforge.

Stephen

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On 13 May 2011 17:26, Stephen Colebourne <[hidden email]> wrote:
> All,
> FYI, the primary source code repository for this project has moved to
> git. Right now, the git repo is at sourceforge, but it will be moving
> to github soon. (I need to split out each subproject into a separate
> project, as the basic move from svn was horid due to the non standard
> structure)
>
> The project home page remains at Sourceforge.

The primary source repo for each project is now at github
https://github.com/JodaOrg

joda-time
joda-time-hibernate
joda-time-jsptags
joda-time-i18n

Users of the gwt or holiday code will need to extract the files from
subversion or the history of the joda-time git repo to create a new
repo. I am no longer maintaining those code bases as part of the Joda
tree of projects. (with github, there is no benefit to being
co-located with other Joda projects, and negative points in terms of
ownership and control)

Stephen

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