Question - Regarding Github

Asuza posted 8 months ago in General
I was just wondering if there was a specific reason that the source code for HeidiSQL is not officially on Github (at least not that I could find).

It seems like that would really help grow the project and be the perfect place to post issues, feature requests, and encourage collaboration.
ansgar posted 8 months ago
No, HeidiSQL is and will most probably stay organized in a Subversion repository on Google Code.
Asuza posted 8 months ago
I didn't realize the code was already hosted somewhere. I expected the "Sourcecode" link on the "Downloads" page to link to some online repository and not be a zip file.
kalvaro posted 7 months ago
Being in the "Downloads" section, I'd expect exactly that, a download :)

Whatever, I think there used to be two links somewhere pointing to the code repository and the issue tracker but I can't find them any more. Anse, have they been removed intentionally?
ansgar posted 7 months ago
Yes, indeed... I obviously commented the link "issue tracker" out some time ago. I don't know why. Just activated again, see it in the header.

ansgar posted 7 months ago
By the way, I had the silly idea to move to SourceForge again some days ago, as I don't like Google itself so much. But the tracker frontend and administration interface is unbeatable and simple. I assume Github does not support SVNsmile?

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