I am going to build the binary and do all the testings at NAS, so the main
development will be done there (Makefile, source codes, and binaries). I
will use central repo for it to be pushed to, so I can do coding on other
platform (i.e. Windows). The suggested alternative works before since I
need to use it as a central repo, but now that I have moved the central
repo to another server and the source codes are needed on the platform for
it to be compiled. I don't know how I can achieve that without having git
installed and working properly.
On Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 12:22:05 AM UTC-7, Magnus Therning wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 01:53:32PM -0700, Que Trac wrote:
> > I didn't want to compile git for myself unless I have to. The git
> > package supplied for my platform isn't working properly. I can't run a
> > simple git commit without an error like below:
> > Nass> git commit -m "Test"
> > fatal: 57e2b8c52efba71d84c56bf6f37581686b9061a3 is not a valid object
> > I asked this question a while back at stackoverflow
> > <
> > and I was able to use git indirectly as alternative, but I can't do
> > that now since I am going to start development of a software on that
> > platform.
> So, you intend to take the built binary and put it on your NAS?
> I'm not sure, but it looks like your NAS has a PPC CPU, which would
> require cross-compiling as well.
> Why isn't the suggestion of using the NAS as storage for the repo good
> Magnus Therning OpenPGP: 0xAB4DFBA4
> twitter: magthe http://therning.org/magnus
> The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again
> and expecting different results.
> -- Albert Einstein
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