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Old 13 May 2017, 10:07   #5
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By the way, it occurred to me after I posted the above, that some resistance to the abandonment of said "intellectual investments" may arise from the fact that some AROS developers are actually developing natively, rather than cross-platform. This might make GitHub-based development more challenging, at least without a little bit of additional tooling. At which point the concern is that said tooling may perform quite poorly on 68K-based systems. Are any AROS developers presently able to speak to that reality, so we can also see how we might adapt to it, assuming it is any kind of problem?

Speaking to solutions a bit early, I know that strim setup a nice SVN -> git -> GitHub toolchain for Hedeon for the Sonnet project. As I understand, this enables Hedeon to develop natively, while still taking advantage of all of the nice features that GitHub provides.
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