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What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby FluXy » 07 Feb 2010 11:15

I wasn't checking SVN for some time and just noticed 2 days ago that it was down again and still is.
If it doesn't come back i mAyBe would switch to git as it also has very nice open source hosting servers like http://github.com/.

Stuff i have done here :
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- implemented top background type
- implemented walker enemy types regaining velocity x which enables slow walking state start and slowing down when frozen
- unified walker enemies max velocity handling
- implemented movingsprite functions Add_Velocity_X/Y with max and min velocity
- implemented movingsprite maximum gravity
- implemented animated sprite animation speed modifier and use it on some enemies
- changed sprite in range detection from player to camera based
- inlined some sprite functions
- fixed regression : level settings gui is not unloaded
- fixed : powerups have the same z position
- fixed : turtle stand up counter is unchanged on state change
- nuked movingsprite Update_Direction function
- many cleanups


Enemies do now f.e. like Maryo have to gain speed if they are stopped like running against a massive object, enemy or got frozen.
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Luiji » 08 Feb 2010 00:03

Why not just use SourceForge.Net's subversion repository?
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby mrvertigo27 » 08 Feb 2010 03:47

ok, heres a video of Linus Torvolds explaining Git and why it is in many ways a superior alternative to Subversion. some of it is pretty technical but I thought someone might get a bit of knowledge on the subject.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XpnKHJAok8
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Luiji » 09 Feb 2010 22:05

Is the SVN still down? I tried to download the HEAD revision today and it failed saying that the server would not cough up the code.
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby FluXy » 11 Feb 2010 09:06

If the web interface works/loads SVN should be also working.
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby sst » 22 Feb 2010 16:13

Hi, ...

FluXy wrote:If the web interface works/loads SVN should be also working.


I see an lower version = SMC - Revision 1623: /SMC, at the SVN website = http://opensvn.csie.org/SMC/SMC/

= Not SMC - Revision 1641: /SMC

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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby mrvertigo27 » 22 Feb 2010 17:08

confirmed. It shows:

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SMC - Revision 1623: /SMC


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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Crabmaster » 26 Feb 2010 01:27

I finally think figure it out and now the link isn't working again. :|
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Luiji » 26 Feb 2010 01:34

Crabmaster wrote:I finally think figure it out and now the link isn't working again. :|

That sucks. :(
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby mrvertigo27 » 26 Feb 2010 01:40

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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby sst » 04 Mar 2010 15:24

Hi, ...

Then, ... where is the real source code = download link, updated to the latest source ?
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It show = an lower version = SMC - Revision 1623: /SMC, at the SVN website = http://opensvn.csie.org/SMC/SMC/
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Did the project completly stop? Because of the "http://opensvn.csie.org/SMC/SMC/" only display 1623 since 1 month?
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I see also that the latest binary, is 1638. But my latest downloaded SVN is 1641.
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I see no activity of code source change, of update of SecretMaryo = since 1 month, ...
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Please respond me soon as possible, ... Thanks in advance, ...

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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Luiji » 04 Mar 2010 19:07

sst wrote:Hi, ...

Then, ... where is the real source code = download link, updated to the latest source ?
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It show = an lower version = SMC - Revision 1623: /SMC, at the SVN website = http://opensvn.csie.org/SMC/SMC/
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Did the project completly stop? Because of the "http://opensvn.csie.org/SMC/SMC/" only display 1623 since 1 month?
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I see also that the latest binary, is 1638. But my latest downloaded SVN is 1641.
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I see no activity of code source change, of update of SecretMaryo = since 1 month, ...
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Please respond me soon as possible, ... Thanks in advance, ...

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The SVN revision numbers being different sounds weird.

The program is actively developed. The reason you rarely see changes is because since <2010 the only developer was FluXy (who has very little time for SMC which gets $1 worth of donations a month average), and I am still trying to figure out the nitty gritty details of how SMC works. If you want to see SMC get more development, I recommend donating to the project. FluXy says he thinks about $250 a month total would be enough for him to dedicating a good amount of time.

P.S. I see you like "-"s, "..."s, and "="s. :mrgreen:
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby mrvertigo27 » 04 Mar 2010 21:47

yah... the revision number has been off for awhile now.
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby parasti » 09 Mar 2010 01:32

Hi... I found this:

https://opensvn.csie.org/ wrote:We have experienced a another data loss. Your repositories have been reverted to 2010/01/31. It seems we may have a security issue. We are also considering shutting down this service, so we urge you to switch to other hosting sites.
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Crabmaster » 09 Mar 2010 02:05

That may not be good!!!!! :shock: :| :? :| :shock:
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Luiji » 09 Mar 2010 02:10

Security issue? SECURITY ISSUE! Well, that sounds bad. My antivirus hasn't reported anything, so I think that's not the problem. Services should be switched right away.
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby mrvertigo27 » 09 Mar 2010 04:18

git hub .... i'm telling you.... :lshroom:
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby FluXy » 09 Mar 2010 17:51

I started the github "SVN Import" around 5 days ago but it still shows "This repository is currently being imported. It should be ready soon."

Should we start the new git repository without the SVN history ?
(Probably also better for the Disk Space space limit on github.)
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby Luiji » 09 Mar 2010 18:15

FluXy wrote:I started the github "SVN Import" around 5 days ago but it still shows "This repository is currently being imported. It should be ready soon."

Should we start the new git repository without the SVN history ?
(Probably also better for the Disk Space space limit on github.)


With all of the sources on SourceForge.Net, losing history probably wouldn't be too bad.

Importing will take awhile, because GIT includes usage of more then one server with the same information so if one goes down another is available. This is because the single server system was one of the reasons Linus Torvald hated SVN.
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Re: What would be in SVN if it wasn't DOWN

Postby mrvertigo27 » 09 Mar 2010 18:36

i dont think it would kill us or the project to lose that history.
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