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Impact123
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Old 05-27-2014 , 13:57   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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git doesn't store revision number, how will this change how builds are numbered?
Build tools like jenkins (i'm sure buildbot too) provide a build counter for that, if not, this can easily be done with a little script.
I don't think that this should depend on the used vcs, i mean, it's a build number, not a revision count, thus it should be taken care of by the build system.
This bug has a little bit more info about what bailopan was telling about.
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Old 05-27-2014 , 14:15   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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You might want to take a look at checkout-deps.sh from sourcemod/tools. It grabs one copy of the HL2SDK and then clones it locally for each branch. It should result in 400MB of traffic instead of 7GB and around the same space used as before.

I don't understand your other problem since with Mercurial you had to check out multiple repositories to grab release/central versions.
I was under the impression that git pulled down all revisions when you cloned a repo, but apparently it only does that on a --mirror.

Also, checkout_deps doesn't seem to update ambuild if it's out of date, only clone it if it's not installed, then install it.

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Build tools like jenkins (i'm sure buildbot too) provide a build counter for that, if not, this can easily be done with a little script.
I don't think that this should depend on the used vcs, i mean, it's a build number, not a revision count, thus it should be taken care of by the build system.
This bug has a little bit more info about what bailopan was telling about.
Actually, it isn't the build number, it's the revision number. You can see the actual build number on the waterfall page... but be aware that it's different per-platform.
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Old 05-27-2014 , 14:50   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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Old 05-27-2014 , 15:57   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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I meant that imo it should be, but i'm sure they will find the best way to do this.
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Old 05-27-2014 , 16:14   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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Edit: Incidentally, git doesn't store revision number, how will this change how builds are numbered?
Git stores a hash of each commit that's used as the Id for the commit.
You can also tag revisions in Git with a version number, so your point is invalid.
Most Git version numbers look like [Tag]-[Short-Revision] Ex: 1.3.9-a7f9b77c1
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Old 05-27-2014 , 17:25   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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Git stores a hash of each commit that's used as the Id for the commit.
I'm well aware of this. Incidentally, don't use that code, it's not done yet and will probably be tossed and/or reworked anyway.

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You can also tag revisions in Git with a version number, so your point is invalid.
Most Git version numbers look like [Tag]-[Short-Revision] Ex: 1.3.9-a7f9b77c1
SourceMod's code doesn't rely on tags. It doesn't help that Git's tools treat lightweight tags and annotated tags differently... as you'll no doubt find out if you ever only use lightweight tags and then try to use git describe (it will claim your project has no tags).
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Old 05-27-2014 , 20:38   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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hi bailopan, i have a question off topic.
What happend to the site "www.create-servers.com" its been offline for a while.
Is he ever come back? There were Many usefull things there.
Would been such a loss that evrything is gone
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Old 05-27-2014 , 20:47   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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hi bailopan, i have a question off topic.
What happend to the site "www.create-servers.com" its been offline for a while.
Is he ever come back? There were Many usefull things there.
Would been such a loss that evrything is gone
That site is not run by AlliedModders, so there is nothing we can do about it.
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Old 05-30-2014 , 06:27   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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This is good news!

Are you going to switch branching workflow too? Maybe to something like this one: http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/

What is the master branch? Does it represent a stable version ready for production at any time, or a development version?

I recommend developers to have a look at SmartGit (free to use for open source projects). It's very useful to view changes and logs. I use it in combination with the command line.
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Old 05-30-2014 , 08:37   Re: AlliedModders now on GitHub
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This is good news!

Are you going to switch branching workflow too? Maybe to something like this one: http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/

What is the master branch? Does it represent a stable version ready for production at any time, or a development version?

I recommend developers to have a look at SmartGit (free to use for open source projects). It's very useful to view changes and logs. I use it in combination with the command line.
The master branch is what used to be called sourcemod-central (the 1.6 branch) under hg.alliedmodders.net.
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