Jul 302006
 

I have created a project for uri_grammar on Google’s new code hosting service, largely as a means of testing the waters. Though right now the only thing of interest that’s there is another link to the tarball. While Google provides Subversion hosting, it doesn’t look like there’s currently a way to import the contents of an existing repository into it. I won’t be populating the Subversion repository there until I can do that.

The site sports the type of clean, uncluttered interface one would expect from a Google property. And it’s quite snappy, too. It’s a pleasant departure in these respects from SourceForge. But while Google hosting executes very well the things it provides, there is a lot missing compared to SourceForge. Significantly, Web hosting and release hosting are absent. It will be very interesting to see where this goes, though.

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