Pako wrote:Firstly I must say that I welcome your initiative and I would be happy if you contribute more to the development of the program.
I admit that I've never used GIT and I do not know what the benefits are.
Still, I have nothing against it and I agree. I would perhaps also managed to learn.
Pako wrote:1) First, there must be someone else (besides me) who can create new builds. I think this would be needed in any case.
2) Once such a person will be here, so he must adapt some parts of program code (associated with compilations).
The current version is currently expected to SVN, so it will not work with GIT.
After that point there still will be work to be done. The release process has to be reworked for git. I've also got some ideas to make the release process easier for everyone. Good news is others can start jumping in at that point! There's a lot that needs to be tested as well....plugins and core.
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