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git remote set-url origin <newurl>
Please all the procedure in good French, what to do...yorikvanhavre wrote:I also think it'll take much time, but I don't see any easier way, except leave everything like it was before, but that would not be a wise move in the long run.
Maybe by dividing tasks it wouldn't be too much work. Most translations stick closely to the english original, so it'll be mostly a matter of cut-and-pasting.
We should also write a kind of "howto" to explain to translators what they must do (not that it is very complicated). I think we (you, me + everyone else interested) can take care of adding the <translate> and <language> tags to all pages...
In my .git folder I have directly edited the file "config" and this seemed to work fine, too.Important: the current GIT repo has become read-only. If you currently have the SF repo in your git remotes, you must change its url like this:
That doesn't seem to work:After that, do a "git update" to sync with the new URL and all will work like before.
$ git update
git: 'update' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.
Did you mean this?
And the *goodie* is that you can't switch to any of the listed branches But at least it works when clicking on the "Browse Commits" button to see the diffs of the commits -- even of the branches.We have been exchanging a couple of emails with SF people (looks like freecad is considered an important project now!) and as a result, the freecad SF project has been migrated to the new platform:
Sorry, it was git remote update. but git pull will do too.wmayer wrote:That doesn't seem to work:
word censored... i wasn't believing everything would go without problems. But at least they still work in the local repo when you clone it.wmayer wrote:And the *goodie* is that you can't switch to any of the listed branches