Seemed to fail 3 months ago. Not sure if they got changed around or if the issue with ohloh.
The repository doesn't have a master branch anymore, which is the branch specified in the listing. You need to fix the enlistment by providing an existing branch name.
OK, I figured something had changed, but when I tried to add the GIT repository again, I got this:
The server did not respond to the 'git-ls-remote' command. Is the URL correct?
The error seems to have been encountered before: https://www.ohloh.net/forums/10/topics/4285
What's the correct branch name? Because "trunk" doesn't exist as a branch either.
Unfortunately, I don't know.
git clone git://bacula.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/bacula/bacula trunk
works for me.
I've been able to add the two branches at:
I get the feeling that that's where development is currently taking place.
git clone works with
trunk as an argument because that's just specifying the local directory to clone to. That's not specifying a branch like with Subversion.
If the newly added branches work we should just remove the
There is an active branch:
Which should be listed here:
But "You can view, but not change this data. Only managers may change this data. "
Have added the branch you cited and removed the outdated branch. Standby while the initial fetch finishes.
This one is up-to-date.