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Migrating tools to GitHub

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Apertium has migrated all the language data, the core, and a few tools to GitHub. Many tools have not been migrated because they are not frequently maintained and/or are outdated. Read-only versions of these tools are available at their old SVN locations.

If there is a tool that has not been migrated but you would like to have it migrated, you have two options.

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[edit] Do it yourself

[edit] If the tool is under a personal GitHub account

If the tool is already on GitHub under your personal account, you can transfer it to the 'apertium' organization. Please send an email to the apertium-stuff mailing list immediately after you do this.

[edit] If the tool is not already on GitHub

If the tool is not already on GitHub:

  1. Run git clone https://github.com/apertium/apertium-on-github.git.
  2. Run cd apertium-on-github.
  3. Do only the first four steps described here.
  4. Run ./import-repo.sh "trunk/<tool-name>" "<tool-name>" "apertium-tools".

And that's it!

[edit] Ask for it to be migrated

Please send an email to the apertium-stuff mailing list about your tool.

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