On Fri, 17 Jan 2014 17:59:42 +0200
Nikos Balkanas <nbalka...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > OK, so you have been told to check out a revision by the SHA-1 name
> > of its commit, and so you did.
> > Also please answer the most important question: why do you think
> > something's wrong with your checkout?
> > And can we please see the result of `git status`? I'm asking this
> > because this might shed some light on the issue -- say, it'll list
> > many modified or missing or untracked files.
> # aclocal.m4
> # autom4te.cache/
> # config.h.in
> # config.log
> # config.status
> # config/Makefile.in
> # configure
> # depcomp
> # gnuradio-core/Makefile
> # gnuradio-core/Makefile.in
> I see already part of the problem. I wasn't told to check out any
> version in particular. I just need a specific version to work
> together with my other programs. The revision # i got from the
> repository and it is good. Apparently they didn't do a very good job
> of tracking files :-( I will add these and see what i have.
Wait! All these files seem to be generated by autoconf and/or
by running ./configure. They *might* not be supposed to be tracked
(at least **/Makefile -- for sure). I would ask the fellow developers
about these matters.
Having said that, I'm oblidged to ask again: with the information
you've gained during our exchange, what's wrong with your checkout?
I mean, I suspect we're dealing with an "XY problem" .
> > P.S.
> > Please don't top-post -- this breaks the discussion flow, which
> > sucks.
> Sorry about that, it is a gmail feature. I can respond in line, but
> gmail doesn't make it easy :-(
Well, I just subscribe to the groups I want to participate in and use a
sensible MUA to reply to mails coming from them.
But never mind, if it's hard to reply in line, do whatever works.
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