Migration off of Bitbucket done

The new (temporary) home for the repositories and historical downloads is over on OSDN for now.

I’m planning on hosting the authoritative repositories myself in the future and I am contemplating mirrors (albeit without the ability to accept pull requests) on the usual Git hosting platforms1. I need to automate more and get some things in order for this to happen, the whole sunsetting of Mercurial support on Bitbucket has indeed drained a lot of resources on my part already.

Basically I want all of these other platforms to be more or less satellites to the stuff in the upstream project. And automate populating them. So from where I stand now, interaction with users and other developers will likely not happen on those platforms, but may happen on OSDN or SF.net.

Once that’s done I’ll see to it that I get a first 64-bit enabled beta or release build out of the door, ASAP.

// Oliver

  1. GitHub, GitLab, SF.net and possibly including Bitbucket also []
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1 Response to Migration off of Bitbucket done

  1. Renato Bosa says:

    Hey, your software is amazing!!

    Really!! WinDirStat and Anti-Twin are a unbeatable duo to save space and organizing files in Windows… and the two are free, the two are lightweight and non-invasive.

    But today, first time, I realized that Dropbox SmartSync feature confuses WinDirStat.

    I have a pretty big directory structure in dropbox, where most of the folders and files are not downloaded to my hard-drive, but dropbox makes “something” to make windows show all the “icons”, so you can right-click and select to make it “local”.

    So, as I’m running out of space, today I ran WinDirStat to decide which folder I could make “just cloud” to free-up space.
    When WinDirStat come up with the results I realize it did’nt get it right…
    For example: a directory dropbox-setted to “just cloud” windows shows as “14,9GB” but only “4,95MB IN DISK”…
    WinDirStat shows that it is taking 12,8GB.

    So, I’m not complaining, because I know WinDirStat is a great piece of software, is free, is lightweigh and worked very well to me for years…

    But I just feel that I could report this issue, so maybe it could be addressed!

    Thank you!

    Ps. I’m not a native english speaker, so sorry any language mistakes.

    Peace!

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