e...@thyrsus.com wrote on Sat, 24 Nov 2012 07:23 -0500:
> +== Integrating a command ==
> +
> +Here are the things you need to do when you want to merge a new 
> +subcommand into the git tree.
> +
> +1. Append your command name to one of the variables BUILTIN_OBJS,
> +
> +2. Drop its test in the t directory.
> +
> +That's all there is to it.

Nice start.  A few other details; I recently did this for git-p4

.gitignore: ignore the auto-generated script, e.g. when
git-foo.py is built into git-foo.

INSTALL: note language requirements if odd (see python section)

command-list.txt: categorization of commands for git(1) etc.

RelNotes: Junio generally does this.

Also please read Documentation/technical/api-builtin.txt to
see how to add a built-in command.  It also has comments that
are identical for both built-in and stand-alone command.  Could
be that your text would better go near or with that one, as perhaps

                -- Pete
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