[OpenWrt-Devel] was the move to github complete/1:1?

Brian J. Murrell brian at interlinx.bc.ca
Thu Oct 27 20:58:51 EDT 2016

I don't follow the day-to-day development of OpenWRT very closely so I
am just becoming aware of the switch to GitHub.  Yay on that.

But I wonder, when the switch was made, was the entire source that is
at dev.openwrt.org imported to GitHub?  I ask because trying to build a
CC image I am finding packages that were in BB missing.  But they even
appear to be missing from the "for-14.07" branch on GitHub.

As just one example, packages/net/shorewall-{lite,core} is on the old
dev.openwrt.org SCM for 14.07 but does not appear at all on the GitHub
"for-14.07".  So did packages get dropped on the switch?

Ultimately, I am looking for a number of packages for CC that I have on
my BB router and just trying to figure out where they went to in CC.

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