adding missing upstream/pristine-tar branches to git
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Tue May 24 14:20:59 UTC 2011
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On 2011-05-24 16:17, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> also i fail to see which packages you have that are missing a
>> pristine-tar or upstream branch. at least all repos that match
>> "git.debian.org:/git/pkg-multimedia/pd-*" have all relevant branches.
> Ah, doh, I just hadn't checked out those branches, I just needed to
that explains it.
> check them out:
> git checkout -b pristine-tar refs/remotes/origin/pristine-tar
> git checkout -b upstream refs/remotes/origin/upstream
i usually just let git automagically handle that by simply doing:
> git checkout upstream
>> and finally, i noticed that you managed to merge pristine-tar and master
>> in pd-pdogg (?)
> The merge happened automatically after your 'pristine-tar data for
> pd-pdogg_0.25.1.orig.tar.bz" commit
> 667bf3d23add9b4ace5c45f29d8941762eb2b9e3 after I did what I always do to
> update (git pull). I don't know why it did that, but it doesn't seem to
> hurt anything.
i see. i cannot imagine any problems either; let's see what happens with
the next import...
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