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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • So now we just need to submit those 20,000 projects to Ohloh and other source metrics'y places? :)

  • Thank you for doing this. This was a huge project and I think it's awesome.
  • I've been meaning to put Perl-RPM onto git for a while, now, and been mostly held back by the fact that I never converted it from CVS to Subversion. Now that you have as much history as I could realistic need, is there an easy way to just outright seed a new repo from the gitPAN repo? Not just filling in holes like you did with David, but essentially cloning it (without it being treated as a repo clone)...

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    --rjray

    • Yes, you can clone it. There's nothing special about a clone. Just change where the "origin" remote points to (presumably to your own repository) and push.

      $ git clone git://github.com/gitpan/Perl-RPM
      $ cd Perl-RPM/
      $ git remote rm origin
      $ git remote add origin git@github.com:rjray/Perl-RPM.git
      $ git push origin master

      That should do it. This presumes you've created the Perl-RPM project on github.