Some more info:
If I use in 5-th command “—prefix=--prefix=mb/trunk/src/libs“ - issue is
If “—prefix=--prefix=mb/libs“ - all work fine
With “—prefix=--prefix=mb/trunk/libs“ I haven’t tried, if it is desired
to check this case, just let me know.
On 5/6/14, 15:35, "Klishevich, Yauheni" <yklishev...@scnsoft.com> wrote:
>I have some troubles with git command ³read-tree².
>I have big project and I try to add shared library to subdirectory. So I
>made the following in my project (on master)
>git remote add g...@bitbucket.org:ijin1984/groundwork.git
>git fetch groundwork
>git checkout b gwbranch groundwork/master
>git checkout master
>git read-tree --prefix=mb/trunk/src/ru.uralsib.dbo.client.iphone/libs/ -u
>git commit m ³add groundwork to libs²
>After that I make small change in one file inside libs (for example in
>git commit a m ³test commit²
>Then I made:
>git checkout gwbranch
>git merge --squash -s subtree --no-commit master
>And after this instead of merging I find the whole main project in subdir
>If I do the 5-th command with ‹prefix option value equal to for example
>³libs² tether than something like ³subdir/subsubdir/Š/libs² - all works
>I think that it is bag, because I experimented quite a lot with deferrent
>values. I think that problem in directory name with dots, i.e.
>Could you please help me with this issue. If you need to add some more
>info about this case I will provide.
>Thanks in advance.