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SVN for BuddyPress plugins?

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    Mark Waterous
    Participant

    @delayedinsanity

    Is there a public SVN repo similar to wp-plugins.org for all the BuddyPress plugins? I’d much prefer to maintain them through SVN if I can. :)

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    Jeff Sayre
    Participant

    @jeffsayre

    Many BuddyPress developers use the WordPress Plugin Repository to host their BP-based plugins. Just make sure that you include the tag “buddypress” as one of the tags in your plugins header section.

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    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    @djpaul

    Exactly. As an example, say you wanted the SVN for “Welcome Pack” —

    The WordPress plugin page is https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/welcome-pack/
    and the SVN path is http://svn.wp-plugins.org/welcome-pack/

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    Mark Waterous
    Participant

    @delayedinsanity

    Seems like I should have connected the dots on that one; I’ve been so busy lately that when I looked through the repository here, the fact that it emulated the repository there didn’t immediately clue me in that they weren’t separate entities. I figured it was just a little brother / big brother scenario.

    Thanks guys!

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    Arx Poetica
    Participant

    @arxpoetica

    Oh — that’s marvelous — I don’t know why I never noticed this one before. Think of that. SVN repos for plugins. Nice.

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