Cross-Hosting on GitHub and MCZ

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Cross-Hosting on GitHub and MCZ

sean.p.denigris
I forked NeoCSV on GitHub. However, when I went to load my fork into an image, I realized that it seemed to be a straight package for package copy from an MCZ repo, and, as such, had a Config and not a Baseline. How does one manage such a project most effectively? Let's say I convert the Config into a BaselineOf for GH; can I reuse/access that baseline logic in a Config for the MCZ repo? Thanks!

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Re: Cross-Hosting on GitHub and MCZ

sean.p.denigris
How does one manage such a project most effectively?
Bump! Anyone? ;) 

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Re: Cross-Hosting on GitHub and MCZ

Dale Henrichs-3
In reply to this post by sean.p.denigris

Sorry for the long delay in replying ... I have been in a cage match with a GemStone 3.4 deadline for several months now and have been keeping my head down:)

I think the standard procedure in this case is to manage the two configurations independently:

  copy mcz files from github to sthub and update ConfigurationOf separately ...

The git and mcz file universe should never really cross streams ... sharing copies of mcz packages makes sense, but tying a ConfigurationOf to a BaselineOf adds too much complication ...

If you have forked the project, why are you concerned with the ConfigurationOf at all ... for your purposes you can ignore it, I assume...

Dale

On 6/3/17 7:04 PM, Sean DeNigris wrote:
I forked NeoCSV on GitHub. However, when I went to load my fork into an image, I realized that it seemed to be a straight package for package copy from an MCZ repo, and, as such, had a Config and not a Baseline. How does one manage such a project most effectively? Let's say I convert the Config into a BaselineOf for GH; can I reuse/access that baseline logic in a Config for the MCZ repo? Thanks!
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