EXPERIMENTAL open repositories live
David.Herron at Sun.COM
Wed Oct 31 22:03:28 UTC 2007
Mark, you mentioned on IRC that I should email to the list about this.
I installed the forest extension the way you described and hg is
throwing errors. On the page for the Forest extension it says this:-
As of 9/3/2007, the version at this repository does not load or work
correctly under Mercurial 0.9.4. Simon is presently consolidating
updates, and hopes to have a new version for packaging shortly. --- shap
My system is Ubuntu 7.04 and mercurial is 0.9.3. They mention this
BatteriesIncluded package but it seems to be an installer for Windows
(ick). They do say something about an older version of forest which is
BTW, I did find that cloning individual repositories works. That could
be a workaround
dherron at dherron:~/openjdk/hg$ hg clone
destination directory: corba
requesting all changes
adding file changes
added 1 changesets with 1368 changes to 1368 files
1368 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved
- David Herron
Mark Wielaard wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-10-31 at 14:10 -0700, Kelly O'Hair wrote:
>> Experimental openjdk repositories!
> Excellent & Congrats!
> For those wanting to play with it you need the Mercurial Forest
> $ hg clone http://www.terminus.org/hg/hgforest
> And add the following to your ~/.hgrc:
> (With the above path replace with the location you just cloned the
> forest extension to of course.)
> Then clone the MASTER repo with hg flcone instead of hg clone:
> $ hg fclone http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/MASTER
> Happy Hacking!
> P.S Don't forget to read the warning at the top of http://hg.openjdk.java.net/
> NOTE: These repositories are EXPERIMENTAL as we work to finalize
> the details of the Mercurial migration. They will be reinitialized once
> we're finished, at which point any clones will become unrelated and
> should be discarded.
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