Thanks everyone for the suggestions!
I used first and worked fine.
But I save all for later use.
2015.05.19. 18:21 ezt írta ("Konstantin Khomoutov" <
> On Mon, 18 May 2015 22:05:48 -0400
> wor...@alum.mit.edu (Dale R. Worley) wrote:
> > Konstantin Khomoutov <flatw...@users.sourceforge.net> writes:
> > >> My problem is, that I can not see possibility to checkout files
> > >> from another branch, based on a filelist from a text file.
> > >
> > > Once you have a text file with the list of file names,
> > > just do
> > >
> > > $ git checkout dev
> > > $ while read fname; do \
> > > git checkout local_dev "$fname"; done < dev_files.txt
> > Even shorter:
> > $ git checkout local_dev $( cat dev_files.txt )
> But well, I'm a programmer, and hence when looking at a construct such
> as this I'm sort of automatically thinking "what happens if
> dev_files.txt contains 1000 lines?" ;-) I mean, it will blow up on
> a file of hefty size while the `while` construct will handle anything
> one shovels at it.
> But of course your one-liner is great for a simple case.
> > If you're not using bash, use:
> > $ git checkout local_dev `cat dev_files.txt`
> $() is not a bashism: it's defined in POSIX .
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