[git-users] git-svn equivalent for hg incoming?

2009-10-22 Thread Douglas Alan
Hi. I'm much more familiar with Mercurial than I am with Git, but I've decided to take the plunge into Git so that I can use git-svn. Now, I know that % git svn rebase is kind of like % hg pull With Mercurial, however, you can do % hg incoming if you want to see what the pull will

[git-users] Re: Comment commits using accents

2009-10-22 Thread Paulo Cassiano
I tryed to set the i18n as you ask me to do, but doesn't work... My DOS prompt shows me characters like E1E7... F4 in the accents place... Now I'll try to set a default editor. I hope this works for me. Thanks! On Oct 19, 12:49 pm, Konstantin Khomoutov khomou...@gmail.com wrote: On Oct 19,

[git-users] Re: Comment commits using accents

2009-10-22 Thread Konstantin Khomoutov
On Oct 20, 3:50 pm, Paulo Cassiano pcassi...@gmail.com wrote: I tryed to set the i18n as you ask me to do, but doesn't work... My DOS prompt shows me characters like E1E7... F4 in the accents place... Now I'll try to set a default editor. I hope this works for me. [...] Oh, and there can

[git-users] Re: git-svn equivalent for hg incoming?

2009-10-22 Thread Michael P. Soulier
On 20/10/09 Douglas Alan said: % hg incoming if you want to see what the pull will do before you actually do it. I was imagining that adding the -n option to git svn rebase would be the equivalent. I.e., like so: % git svn rebase -n But the above really doesn't reveal much

[git-users] Questions about git - don't read if you not want to answer newbie questions

2009-10-22 Thread m.m-o.net
Hi, I ll have to do a lot of group work and programming stuff during this semester so I thought I could give git a go as my future versioning system. I ll have to cooperate in a group with 3 other students and wanted to ask how to do so with git. Everyone working on his part of the project but

[git-users] Re: Questions about git - don't read if you not want to answer newbie questions

2009-10-22 Thread Michael P. Soulier
On 22/10/09 m.m-o.net said: I ll have to cooperate in a group with 3 other students and wanted to ask how to do so with git. Everyone working on his part of the project Work any way you like. That's kinda the point. :) How would you like to work? Mike -- Michael P. Soulier