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RE: [Archer] Re: [Archer] Archer git account inquiry
I don't really care about where I put my modifications,
if nobody is against it, archer repository is fine with me.
Related question: should I change the wiki page
to add my branch? Do I need to logon somewhere for this?
Coming back to the primary reason of my request for git account:
I am mainly interested in an easier way to split
larges patches into several sub-patches like many of you
So my main question is:
what do you use to create your email series with sub-patches?
-- git alone?
or stgit, guilt or Quilt?
How do you handle ChangeLog entries for instance?
do you really put them into the commits, but then
they would appear formatted as a diff in the patch also
or do you have special scripts for this?
Thanks in advance,
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De?: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] De la part de
> Joel Brobecker
> Envoyé?: mercredi 23 février 2011 04:30
> À?: Tom Tromey
> Cc?: Pierre Muller; email@example.com
> Objet?: Re: [Archer] Re: [Archer] Archer git account inquiry
> > > It would be fine with me as long as writing to gdb.git does not
> > > with the automatic cvs importer, or somehow interfere with our
> > > to move to git in the future.
> > >
> > > I don't really know anything about how the cvs->git import works,
> > > maybe this is a needless concern.
> > I will ask Jim.
> Jim confirmed that, as long as we don't write to the "master" branch,
> everything should be fine. I think it would be fairly straightforward
> to install a hook that prevents updates to that branch except for one
> So we have 3 alternatives. Pierre publishes his own gdb.git repo (could
> be using some of the git hosting sites???), uses Archer, or uses