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github or subversion?

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The plugins developer guide says use SVN, but that repo says that SVN is
deprecated & to use GIT instead. Which is the correct?


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Re: github or subversion?

Vincent Privat
The OSM SVN has been deprecated but we're still using it. It will take some
time until we move the plugin sources to JOSM infrastructure. You can (and
must) use SVN until further notice.
Cheers,
Vincent

Le lun. 11 févr. 2019 à 22:01, Malcolm Herring via josm-dev <
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> The plugins developer guide says use SVN, but that repo says that SVN is
> deprecated & to use GIT instead. Which is the correct?
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Re: github or subversion?

Jiri Vlasak
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If you are creating new JOSM plugin, I strongly suggest using
josm-gradle-plugin [1], git, and gitlab pages for providing the `.jar` file.

[1]: https://gitlab.com/floscher/gradle-josm-plugin

On Mon, Feb 11, 2019 at 09:01:07PM +0000, Malcolm Herring via josm-dev wrote:
> The plugins developer guide says use SVN, but that repo says that SVN is
> deprecated & to use GIT instead. Which is the correct?
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On 12/02/2019 06:47, Jiri Vlasak wrote:
> If you are creating new JOSM plugin,

I have an existing plugin that was created using SVN. My question was to
determine whether I should move it to GIT. Vincent says "No".


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Vincent,

I note that the openstreetmap/josm-plugins repo has not been updated
since Nov 2017, whereas the openstreetmap/josm repo is up-to-date.

Why is this?