04 June 2012

News for SuperCollider developers: we’ve decided to use Github as the main host for our source code. So today we’ve switched over. We’re using a mixture of services from Sourceforge and Github, but the official source code repository is now at Github. (Note that we’re also using Github’s issue tracker, so if you have a problem with SuperCollider you can report issues there.)

If you have your own git clone of supercollider, you should update it so it points at github. Here are the appropriate terminal commands:

git remote rename origin sf
git remote add origin git@github.com:supercollider/supercollider.git
git fetch origin
# The following is for 3.5 and master branches. Do it for all the ones you have:
git branch --set-upstream master origin/master
git branch --set-upstream 3.5 origin/3.5