Thread: Source on GitHub?
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07/18/12 10:35 PM
Just looking at some hacking I had done to a previous version of MangoBlog that goes wiped with an update.
( For reference:
Would be nice if MangoBlog was on Github - would make sending push requests back to Mango much easier I'm sure! :)
07/21/12 8:21 PM
I do want to migrate to GitHub, I'll try to get it done.
Regarding your change, however, I was pretty sure I had already added it to the code. But it is possible I am mistaking it for another change you did.
11/04/12 12:30 AM
I'm bumping this to see if we can get mangoblog moved onto github.
There are so many little things that the community could be doing to update this blog, e.g. upgrading the jquery toolkit used in the admin, that nowadays is SO hard to contribute back.
Please consider putting this on github so the wider community can contribute code back to the blog.
(Not to mention you could host plugins that are not actively downloadable on there, and other people could pick up the reigns).
I'm doing a huge update at the moment to my wife's site, and updating some core plugins - but without github, they will never see anything outside of this instance.
11/04/12 9:12 PM
OK, I had created the repository long ago, but never took the time to set it up (I wanted to re-structure it).
Here it is now:
The "core" plugins are in the plugins/system folder. All others are in https://github.com/asfusion/mango-plugins
11/04/12 9:14 PM
I should have some updates for you by the end of the week!
11/04/12 9:16 PM
One more thing. The github repo contains updates that are not in the released version yet. You might want to look at the history in the SVN repo to have an idea if any of those files were changed:
11/04/12 9:17 PM
Or look in this folder. These are all the files that changed since 1.6:
11/04/12 9:20 PM
Time for a new release? ;)
11/04/12 9:21 PM
Yes, a small one. I am working on a big one with a new admin, but that will take longer, so I may push all of the current changes now.
11/04/12 9:33 PM
Awesome. Looking forward to it!