Roslyn’s Codeplex homepage has hosted the project’s source code and information for a while.
However, over the past few days, the following announcement was posted on Roslyn’s Codeplex homepage:
This coming week (Wednesday is the target, Thursday at the latest) we will be moving the Roslyn Project to live under GitHub, joining the rest of the .NET team over there.
- This will be a simple switch – turn off CodePlex, turn on GitHub. You’ll be able to see our checkins on GitHub that same day, for example.
- Any of your pull requests to our project in GitHub will pile up for a couple of weeks, because we are going to take the opportunity to also streamline our (currently very complex) pull request process – yeah! We’ll reopen in a couple weeks with a much easier process. That, combined with us switching to use Git internally as well at the same time (!), means many fewer moving parts and gets us much closer to the same environment you’ll be using on Roslyn code. It will be so worth it.
- At this point, I’d advise holding off on any requests sent to CodePlex, and save them for GitHub instead.
- We’ll be using GitHub Issues for both discussions and bugs after the switch.
- We will try to move over outstanding bugs from CodePlex, but this is the trickier part of the plan. Stay tuned.
- We will also do our best to preserve check-in history.
- We will be under the .NET Foundation over there, as the “Compilers” project.
We will update this page with the forwarding information when the switch is complete mid-week. I’ll also be blogging about some of the additional OSS work we’re about to embark on in a week or two.
Group Software Engineering Manager, “Roslyn”
It appears that the move is now complete, and you can find all the latest on Roslyn at its new home on GitHub.