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The &quo= t;blessed" IzPack repository is available from https://xircles.codehaus.org/projects/izpack/repos/prima= ry/repo
The following is a list of official IzPack develop= ers forks:
The following is a list of forks from various p= eople around the globe (do not hesitate to add yourself here):
|Pull requests on GitHub|
A quick and effic= ient way to collaborate with an IzPack developer that has a repository on G= itHub is to:
Pull requests on= GitHub are really useful as they make code reviews painle= ss!
Funny tip if you are a Subversion fanatic= : GitHub repositories can be accessed read-only= from Subversion.
A complete Git conversion of the old Subversion= repository can be found at http://github.c= om/jponge/izpack-full-svn-history-copy (keep in mind that because it is= based on the full repository, there are no branches and tags informations,= just a linear branch which maps the Subversion revisions).
IzPack fi= rst used CVS, then switch in 2004 to Subversion. It switched again, this ti= me to Git, in 2010.------=_Part_41899_323772920.1371685319271--