Upstreaming Contributions: Where did the Cocos2d-x code go?

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If you visit our Cocos2D-X repository today you will find just a README.md file. Where’s the code? Well, we removed it two weeks ago, in a Go Upstream! commit.

This sequence exemplifies a class of our repositories at GitHub: we created the repository to produce a port of the upstream project, which then was incorporated into an official release: cocos2d-1.0.1-x-0.11.0. All official Cocos2d-X releases since then, including the latest, cocos2d-2.0-rc0a-x-2.0, support our platform. Removing our code and pointing upstream removes confusions (and saves us time).

Cocos2d-X is the first instance where we have removed the code, but upstreaming is a principle we are following in many other cases. In some cases we contribute directly to the upstream community, in others we go through an intermediate public repository.

Direct Contributions

Some examples of direct contributions include:

Staged Contributions

Some examples of staged contributions include:

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