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#3 automated builds 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

Perfect, thanks!

#1 Migration to sourcehut 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

Closing this since it seems we reached some consensus here: revisit at a later time.

REPORTED RESOLVED FIXED

#3 automated builds 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

I made ~emacs/builds and ~emacs/emacs-builds. Use the one you prefer :)

#1 Migration to sourcehut 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

diff --git a/slime.el b/slime.el
index 8436b332..216b6ad0 100644
--- a/slime.el
+++ b/slime.el
@@ -60,7 +60,6 @@
 ;;;; Dependencies and setup
 (eval-and-compile
   (require 'cl-lib nil t)
-  ;; For emacs 23, look for bundled version
   (require 'cl-lib "lib/cl-lib"))
 
 (eval-and-compile

FWIW, if you use the markdown code block with backticks it looks like this. (from the webpage)

#2 replace current git repo with a full mirror 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

Great work :)

#2 replace current git repo with a full mirror 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

You should have rw permissions to the repo

#2 replace current git repo with a full mirror 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

You need a unique one, I'm afraid. I think you should be able to push with your normal user, though. Just try :)

#2 replace current git repo with a full mirror 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

Absolutely. I used git clone --mirror so all branches should be preserved. However, it is not on a cron job yet. Go ahead. Do you have the necessary permissions?

#1 Migration to sourcehut 7 months ago

Comment by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs

I've added you both as users with all controls on the services, should you be interested. I don't have much time on my hands the next days, but feel free to hack on it if you'd like!

#1 Migration to sourcehut 7 months ago

srht migration added by ~emacs on ~emacs/emacs