Re: Move to Github and Azure Pipelines - Chaincodes/SDKs

Baohua Yang

+1, and the Python SDK plans to migrate, too.


On Mon, Oct 21, 2019 at 8:54 AM Matthew White <whitemat@...> wrote:
In recent weeks there have been discussions on the contributors' calls, and also in RocketChat, about the location of the Fabric repos, and the build pipelines. 
The fabric-samples repository has moved over to use the combination of Github for code, and Azure pipelines for CI.
fabric-chaincode-node, fabric-chaincode-java are planning to start the move within the next few days. The expectation is that Node will go first.  A prototype of the go contract programming model is already in GitHub.
The SDKs will also be moving very soon.
Please reach out via this list or on the RocketChat channels with any concerns/questions. 
Regards, Matthew.
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Best wishes!

Baohua Yang

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