Re: tools and all-packages moved to git
> Il Martedì 15 Aprile 2014 9:06, Joachim Breitner <email@example.com> ha scritto:
> > Hi,
> Am Dienstag, den 15.04.2014, 07:02 +0100 schrieb
>> Hi Joachim, sory but I missed why you should login and logout from ssh
>> at each new repository.
>> Can't you just put the repo creation in a bash script and loop for
>> "cat list_of_new_repo" (I cannot find the right quote symbol on
>> Is it impossible to do? I feel I'm missing the point, otherwise I
>> think you can just create a new empty repository and copy-paste it
>> with some magic sed and mv commands
>> Do you need some help for this?
>> I never tried to create a bunch of new git repositories in a row, but
>> should be scriptable in some ways and I can help you if needed
> Sure, everything is scriptable... but such scripts need to be known by
> new users, maintained, etc. I’m just surprised that there is still no
> standard way, supported by git itself, to create a new remote
Ok, so the problem is not now, but when a new package will be packaged...
mmm there are some maybe solutions to this, but really git lacks of features in this way,
Having one big repository full of branches is really really worse
You can create a "template", and a script that has the repository name as parameter, but the ssh connection is needed for this...
I didn't know that new packages were so usual for haskell.
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