On Sun, 17 Apr 2005 23:50:40 +0200 Jochen Roemling wrote:
| Linus Torvalds wrote:
| >Ie we have two phases to the merge: first get the objects, with something
| > repo=kernel.org:/pub/kernel/people/torvalds/linux-2.6.git
| > rsync --ignore-existing -acv $(repo)/ .git/
| Could you place a tarball there for people like me who are no "real"
| kernel hackers and don't have a kernel.org account? Or is there an
| "anonymous" account that I'm just to ignorant to know of?
You don't need a kernel.org account to rsync it... this works too:
rsync -avz -e ssh --progress --ignore-existing
| I'm just somebody who is very interested in the new things happening
| here, but I guess there will be some month to go and a lot of things to
| learn until you see the first kernel patch that is signed off by me. :-)
| By the way: Does the git repository include all 60.000 changes of just
| the latest version of the 17.000 file in the kernel?
It's currently just 2.6.12-rc2 (17,000 files) plus changes...
Two people have announced full history gits if you are interested
in that... Check the git email archives for mail from Ingo Molnar:
Subject: full kernel history, in patchset format
and Thomas Gleixner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
Subject: BK -> git export done
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