So far, our projects have been hosted with Subversion control system installed on our own servers. While it is quite convenient and we are not limited by resources, it causes some problems with authentication and simplifying access for users that wish to help us developing our projects. In the last days, we have been discussing on that and decided to switch to Git. In the near future, all the projects will migrate to Github which will become our official hosting platform. I hope it will make the collaboration much easier.
Keyword - svn
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
Welcome to the third episode of the Invenzzia Summaries. Today we will make a small celebration of the 100th revision to the OPL repository, as well as take a closer look at the recently implemented features, such as PHAR support, caching interface and the improved autoloader.
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
Merry Christmas everyone! We've had a small delay with OPT 2.0.0-beta1 concerning SVN problems, but they seem to be solved. After the Christmas, we are planning to make important changes in OPL repository layout and everybody whose scripts depend on checking out should upgrade their paths. It is connected with introducing the independent development cycles for each library. The details can be found below.
Monday, 30 June 2008
Unfortunately, the configuration of a version control system on our current server is not as simple as on Sourceforge.net. But now I found some time and ideas, how to make it work and finally... there it is, we have an SVN repository. It's available under the address http://svn.invenzzia.org/ - we still have to install a good browser. Today I'm going to upload the source code of the new OPL and TypeFriendly, a documentation generator almost ready to its first release. All the instructions, how to connect, will be published on the main site.