(Wed, 12 Oct 13:39) Nickolas Lloyd:
> I've put together a python script that is called as a git subcommand and
> takes care of all of the synchronization under the hood. Once it's
> dropped in $GIT_EXEC_PATH I just call `git fossil pull' and `git fossil
> push trunk' to interact with a fossil
I recently created a branch called andygoth-circa which adds a "circa" link
to the info web page. This link shows timeline events near the selected
check-in even if they're not ancestors or descendents. It's just for
showing context of what was happening around the same time.
Does anyone have any
Forget all about that "isolate" merge stuff I proposed a few months ago. I
could not get comfortable with the heuristics. The overall system would
have been complicated, difficult to understand, and unreliable. After some
experimentation I found another approach that works perfectly for our needs
Concerning the actual contents of a documentation system, I suppose a
framework might be composed of templates for:
1. Command syntax quick reference - fossil help ?cmd?
2. Command detailed reference
3. Cookbook-like containing "recipes" for various scenarios
4a. System introduction
On Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 02:32:51PM +0900, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 10:38:45AM +0900, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > commit refs/heads/test_ticket_d17d6e5b17
> > mark :37455
> > committer jan.nijtmans 1353531216 +
> > data 82
> > Just commit some weird filenames, even one
recently I've replaced Firefox by Chromium,
and if I run `fossil ui ..` (i.e. not within an open checkout),
browser doesn't start automatically.
Should? AFAIR with Firefox it worked...
(I've added fprintf() call)
/home/juef/fossil/e/fossil: ./fossil ver
This is fossil version 1.36
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 5:21 PM, Svyatoslav Mishyn
> recently I've replaced Firefox by Chromium,
> and if I run `fossil ui ..` (i.e. not within an open checkout),
> browser doesn't start automatically.
> Should? AFAIR with Firefox it worked...
(Thu, 13 Oct 00:19) Osamu Aoki:
> I have no idea for "error: Multiple updates for ref ..." but at least
> git repo is usable one after executing "git checkout trunk".
to reproduce that error:
/home/juef/fossil/test: f co trunk
/home/juef/fossil/test: date >> z && f ci -m t1 --tag one --tag two
Thus said "John P. Rouillard" on Tue, 11 Oct 2016 11:47:12 -0400:
> Once I have done that I need to have the developers register on the
> master repo.
If you login to the master as an Admin, when you use the /setup_uedit
page to add users, you are offered the option of creating the User
On Oct 11, 2016, at 6:38 PM, K. Fossil user
> 1/ I ask for a poll
If you mean your request nearly 4 months ago in the thread about how the
mailing list is run, a poll isn’t going to affect anything. This project is
not a democracy. Like virtually
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 12:19:30AM +0900, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> I made a proof of concept patch for export after reading the git code
> and it works OK. (Escaping is not just " " and control code. It also
> escaped UTF-8 high bit codes.)
Current import command seems to de quote for some
On 10/11/16, John P. Rouillard wrote:
> Hi all:
> I am trying to set up a series of fossil repos for a volunteer coding
> I have a script that I can use to set up the repos, and the plan is to
> have the developers self register at the event.
> I would
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 7:06 PM, Svyatoslav Mishyn
> (Wed, 12 Oct 17:36) Stephan Beal:
> > try chromium-browser instead of chromium (which is, AFAIK, a completely
> > different program)
> I don't have that (you mean Google Chrome?).
There's a completely
(Wed, 12 Oct 17:36) Stephan Beal:
> try chromium-browser instead of chromium (which is, AFAIK, a completely
> different program)
I don't have that (you mean Google Chrome?).
I downloaded Google Chrome, and here is result:
/home/juef/fossil/e/fossil: ./fossil set web-browser
On 10/12/16, Andy Goth wrote:
> I recently created a branch called andygoth-circa which adds a "circa" link
> to the info web page. This link shows timeline events near the selected
> check-in even if they're not ancestors or descendents. It's just for
> showing context
Thus said Andy Goth on Wed, 12 Oct 2016 16:25:43 -0500:
> Comments? Questions? This method does everything my team needs.
> Perhaps Fossil might consider adopting it, or a streamlined variant,
> so we'll have an answer to the perennial question about how to do
No, I was unaware. That's great! Thanks for the tip, thanks for the
welcome, thanks for the encouragement, and thanks for Fossil!
On Oct 12, 2016 2:05 PM, "Richard Hipp" wrote:
> On 10/12/16, Andy Goth wrote:
> > I recently created a branch called
Svyatoslav Mishyn writes:
> g2f script syncs changes from git to fossil;
> f2g is a reverse version;
> they are based on this article:
I've put together a python script that is called as a git subcommand and
takes care of all of the
(Wed, 12 Oct 19:13) Stephan Beal:
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 7:06 PM, Svyatoslav Mishyn
> > (Wed, 12 Oct 17:36) Stephan Beal:
> > > try chromium-browser instead of chromium (which is, AFAIK, a completely
> > > different program)
> > I don't have that (you mean
(Wed, 12 Oct 11:50) Richard Hipp:
> My guess: Git does not allow more than a single instance of the tag
> named "one". In other words, all tags must be unique in Git.
yet another Git limitation
I am not a native English speaker,
so feel free to correct any spelling or grammatical errors!
On 10/12/16, Svyatoslav Mishyn wrote:
> (Thu, 13 Oct 00:19) Osamu Aoki:
>> I have no idea for "error: Multiple updates for ref ..." but at least
>> git repo is usable one after executing "git checkout trunk".
> to reproduce that error:
> /home/juef/fossil/test: f co trunk
On 10/12/16, Dan Raymond wrote:
> What is best environment etc to compile under windows?
mingw/msys works. Also MSVC. I build the precompiled binaries for
the Fossil homepage using mingw/msys.
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I believe you can use the standard ./configure && make in the Cygwin
environment. But I never tried it personally.
> Le 12 oct. 2016 à 21:38, Dan Raymond a écrit :
> What is best environment etc to compile under windows?
> Level 19
The full history is there. Nothing is destroyed. The goal is to re-baseline
the branch, which i accomplish by creating a new branch with the same name
which is merged from the original. Thus there is both one check-in
containing all past changes made on the branch, and also the branch from
I get the following error at the end when I try to compile under
wbld/undo.o wbld/unicode.o wbld/unversioned.o wbld/update.o wbld/url.o
wbld/user.o wbld/utf8.o wbld/util.o wbld/verify.o wbld/vfile.o wbld/wiki.o
wbld/wikiformat.o wbld/winfile.o wbld/winhttp.o wbld/wysiwyg.o
I do not use sync.
I use automation to pull/push/merge/commit.
I want to use unversioned for dependency files like png,dll,exe,etc.
I prefer the coder to decide unversioned winners and not the file modified
time deciding which is kept.
So, I need some clarification on 'unversioned'?
That largely depends on what your existing development environment is. Good
choices are MinGW (not MinGW64) or MSVC. Proper makefile are provided for both
of these options.
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> On Oct 12, 2016, at 6:38 PM, Dan Raymond
I am getting the following errors when trying to compile: What do I need to
$ make -f win/Makefile.mingw
gcc -Wall -Os -Lsrc/../compat/zlib -Isrc/../compat/zlib
-o src/../compat/zlib/match.o -DASMV
What is best environment etc to compile under windows?
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this is not a rebase, at least not in a sense of git. Git rebase is,
basically, what you would get if you recreate someone's work from diffs
published to a mail list. Rebase is an application of all commits, one by
one, from old branch to the new parent. After rebase you get a _new_ set
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