I don't think it might be a connection issue, cuz I was able to generate
the package untill the 1.3.3 version of the system. Since then, I can't
generate for further versions. If I attempt to generate a previous package,
it works! :\
I was wondering if is there any available command to use, in order to make
Git ignore all previous versions and start picking everything within the
range I set. Actually this is exactly what Git should be doing!
On Wednesday, September 18, 2013 4:19:45 PM UTC-3, Andy wrote:
> On 18/09/2013 18:47, Armando Freire wrote:
> > Hello guys!
> > I've been trying to |git archive| a new version of the system I'm
> > currently working on, but, suddenly, the |git archive| command, which I
> > used to use, stopped working.
> > I use the |git archive| followed by the |git diff + filters|, that is
> > necessary only to get the diff between the tagged versions.
> Sounds like it's either a problem with the of rerouting stdout/stderr in
> your script or you're using ssh to access the repository and failing to
> get through to the server?
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