http://www.kernel.org/git has stopped showing my linux-2.6 tree (the
"to Linus" one, my "test-2.6" tree is still there).
This is probably my fault ... but I'm not sure exactly why.
Here's what I did. Last Thursday I applied a set of patches ... and my "apply"
script choked on one of them. Some casual inspection convinced me that the
changes had been applied, and I pushed the tree up to kernel.org.
But I was wrong, the 2nd out od a series of six was all messed up. And I'd
applied a couple more patches on top of that. Since none of this had been
pulled by Linus, I thought I'd clean it up and apologise to anyone who had
pulled from my tree.
So I backed HEAD up to the last good commit. Re-applied the changes with
a fixed version of the script, and then expected to find some detritus from
the first application in .git/objects. But "git-fsck-cache --unreachable ..."
only complained about the 2.6.11 tag/tree. Odd.
Then I pushed up to master.kernel.org ... and an hour later when the mirrors
did their thing, git-web stopped showing my tree.
HEAD is still a symlink to refs/heads/master. And that has the SHA1 of my
most recent commit ... which is present in .git/objects.
So what's wrong???
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