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Re: [paho-dev] Tweaks to Paho projects on Github

That's great news !

Does it mean that we can fork and submit pull requests on GitHub and that it will reach the Eclipse Git repo ?

Also, that could be handy if someone could add a tag on the current head in order to fix a version (1.0 or something else), no ?

On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 5:45 PM, andypiperuk@xxxxxxxxx <andypiperuk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The Eclipse Git repositories are mirrored on Github, and therefore the Paho C and Java clients exist on Github as well as at Eclipse.

I made a couple of minor changes to the Github repos, and an additional pretty cool one (well, I think so!)

- I changed them both to have a web link to
- I turned off Issues and Wikis on Github for both repos, and added a note in the description that issues should be reported via Eclipse Bugzilla
- I created a service hook for both repos. In the future, when changes are made to the repositories, a message will be published to the broker on the appropriate topic (github/paho/java or github/paho/c) containing the JSON object from the Github commit hook :-)

Andy Piper | Farnborough, Hampshire (UK)
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