On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 7:28 AM, Jonathan Nieder <jrnie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Felipe Contreras wrote:
>> I don't need help, I am helping you, I was asked to take a look at
>> this patch series. If you don't want my help, then by all means, keep
>> this series rotting, it has being doing so for the past year without
>> anybody complaining.
> Ah, so _that_ (namely getting Sverre's remote helper to work) is the
> work you were trying to do. Thanks for explaining.
No, that's not what I'm doing. I haven't even seen a remote-hg branch
from either Sverre, or Johannes. IIRC the msysgit wiki mentions that
there were some patches not quite accepted in upstream that prevented
the remote-hg from getting upstream. But I don't know which patches
are those, I don't know why they are needed, and I haven't even been
able to run this stuff.
I was told this might be an issue for all remote helpers, and it seems
to be the case (albeit a small issue IMO).
> If I understand correctly, it is possible to get Sverre's remote
> helper to work without affecting this particular testcase. From that
> point of view I think you were on the right track.
That makes sense. So are there any other patches?
> The testcase is imho correct and does not need changing. So yes, I
> don't want your help changing it. I don't suspect you will be using
> "git fast-export $(git rev-parse master)..master". It is safe and
> good to add additional testcases documenting the syntax that you do
> use, as an independent topic.
All right, so I run this and get this:
% git fast-export master..master
As an user of fast-export, what do I do with that now?
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