[git-users] Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Sabba Hillel
I currently have a bare repo to be used by a development team for maintaining a project with git. I have a fetch repo which was created using git-svn. The fetch repo gets the updated information from the central svn repository using git svn --all git push origin --mirror This lets me pick up

[git-users] Re: Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Sabba Hillel
There is a typo below: On Mar 22, 1:14 pm, Sabba Hillel sabbahil...@gmail.com wrote: I currently have a bare repo to be used by a development team for maintaining a project with git. I have a fetch repo which was created using git-svn. The fetch repo gets the updated information from the

[git-users] Re: Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
Just to be clear, the upci alias is explained here: http://blog.tfnico.com/2010/11/git-svn-mirror-for-multiple-branches.html It's defined as: upci = !git update-ref refs/remotes/$(git branch | grep '^*' | awk '{print $2}') refs/remotes/origin/$(git branch|grep '^*'|awk '{print $2}') git svn

[git-users] Re: Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Hillel (Sabba) Markowitz
On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 1:25 PM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen tfn...@gmail.com wrote: Just to be clear, the upci alias is explained here: http://blog.tfnico.com/2010/11/git-svn-mirror-for-multiple-branches.html It's defined as: upci = !git update-ref refs/remotes/$(git branch | grep '^*' | awk

[git-users] Re: Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
Thanks. Unfortunately I do have a lot of branches. Actually, the fetch does pick up all branches and sends them to the bare repository so that every fetch updates every branch. So far it is only the dcommit that is giving the problem. I am trying to avoid having to get everyone use a git svn

[git-users] Re: Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Hillel (Sabba) Markowitz
On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 1:36 PM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen tfn...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks. Unfortunately I do have a lot of branches. Actually, the fetch does pick up all branches and sends them to the bare repository so that every fetch updates every branch. So far it is only the dcommit that

[git-users] Re: Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
The trick is to first clone the bare repository, and then do a git svn init inside it, so it can be used for dcommitting. There are two ways to set up a repository that you can dcommit from: 1) git svn clone (takes ages with big repositories) 2) git clone existing repository, and then do git

[git-users] Re: Running a dcommit for all branches

2011-03-22 Thread Hillel (Sabba) Markowitz
On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 6:38 PM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen tfn...@gmail.comwrote: The trick is to first clone the bare repository, and then do a git svn init inside it, so it can be used for dcommitting. There are two ways to set up a repository that you can dcommit from: 1) git svn clone