The SVN repo is the most current version of your package as far as Bioconductor
goes. Unfortunately, you have totally unrelated histories by the looks of it.
I would suggest moving forward with the new git repo, after the transition is
done on August 16th. I would not “delete” the repository you have per say, and
keep a backup.
> On Aug 10, 2017, at 6:30 PM, Stephanie M. Gogarten
> <sdmor...@u.washington.edu> wrote:
> I tried following the instructions in scenario 9 after adding a remote:
> $ git remote add upstream https://git.bioconductor.org/packages/GENESIS.git
> $ git fetch --all
> Fetching origin
> Fetching upstream
> warning: no common commits
> When I merge both upstream and origin, I see all my commits in duplicate: one
> from my original repo, and one from Bioconductor.
> My repo has a rather complicated history: original author forked from the
> Bioc mirror, I forked from his repo, submitted a pull request, he pushed
> those changes back to SVN. Later I took over maintenance, set the Bioc mirror
> as a remote, and pushed my changes directly using git cherry-pick.
> I'm guessing that the only reasonable path forward here is to just delete the
> current repo and start over after the transition, but I'm wondering if anyone
> else has seen the "no common commits" message, or has any other ideas.
> On 7/27/17 1:52 PM, McDavid, Andrew wrote:
>> Is there a recommended recipe to utilize the
>> git.bioconductor.org<http://git.bioconductor.org> remote with an existing
>> git repo that has non-zero history? I tried adding the
>> git.bioconductor.org<http://git.bioconductor.org> as a remote, making a
>> branch, and then checking out a branch on that remote, but it gave my
>> computer sad. Do I need to clone a new repo instead?
>> $ git remote -vv
>> bioc https://github.com/Bioconductor-mirror/MAST.git (fetch)
>> bioc https://github.com/Bioconductor-mirror/MAST.git (push)
>> origin g...@github.com<mailto:g...@github.com>:RGLab/MAST.git (fetch)
>> origin g...@github.com<mailto:g...@github.com>:RGLab/MAST.git (push
>> $ git fetch biocgit
>> $ git checkout -b bgMaster --track biocgit/master
>> <some commits to master>
>> $ git merge master bgMaster
>> fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories
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