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From "robertlazarski ." <>
Subject Re: Git Migration Status Update - Axis1/Java and Axis1/C done
Date Wed, 01 Apr 2020 20:09:23 GMT
Thanks Bill! I did a clone on the Axis1 Java repo and it has all the latest
commits, looks great!

We do seem to have the old out of sync Axis1 Java site on github still - so
we have two sites. I suppose we should simply remove all the old sites for
each project since its around a year out of sync anyways.


Out of sync:


On Tue, Mar 31, 2020 at 2:07 PM Bill Blough <> wrote:

> Hi,
> TL;DR - the Axis1 Java and C repositories have been migrated to
> GitBox/GitHub.  However, the svn repos will not be marked as read-only
> until after the migration is complete.  So if you need to make changes
> to Axis1, please be extra careful to use the git repo, not the svn repo.
> So, I've sent a couple of emails over the past week or two, but they're
> not showing up on the list or in the list archive.  I'm guessing maybe
> they're getting identified as spam due to the repo links I've been
> trying to include.  So, no links this time.  Hopefully it will make it.
> Since I wanted to make sure I had the bugs worked out of my migration
> workflow, I started with the (smaller) Axis1 repos, since they'd be
> faster to re-do if there were issues.
> As of a week or two ago, the repos for both the C and Java versions of
> Axis1 have been migrated, and I split the site-src directory (which
> wasn't really in a proper repo) off into its own repo.
> There were some other "detached" directories that I didn't migrate, as
> the didn't seem relevant to current development (e.g., "old_trunk", a
> backup copy of the axis1-java trunk, the site-src for the old C++
> version, and a couple others).  In the event they're needed, these
> directories will still be available in svn, though they will be
> read-only once the migration is done.  We can always migrate them
> after-the-fact if necessary.
> Since the svn repos won't be read only until after the migration is
> done, please make sure that you're using the git repo if you're working
> on something that has already been migrated (so Axis1 for now).
> I've already started on the Axis2 repos, but they're much larger, with
> many more branches, so they're taking a really long time to
> download/import all the history.
> I'll continue to post updates as I make progress.  Please let me know if
> you have questions or concerns.
> Regards,
> Bill
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