Re: git-update-cache:

2005-07-06 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Wed, Jul 06, 2005 at 12:42:20AM +0200, Sam Ravnborg wrote: I receive the following error: git-update-cache: symbol lookup error: git-update-cache: undefined symbol: deflateBound open(/usr/lib/libz.so.1, O_RDONLY)= 3 This is the reason. For a strange reason when

Re: [PATCH 1/1] Tell vim the textwidth is 75.

2005-07-22 Thread Sam Ravnborg
I would use a neutral commit template, only that it should have a neutral prefix as well for the lines to be removed (neither STG nor CG but GIT maybe). The $GIT_DIR/commit-template is fine as a file name. How about $GIT_DIR/commit-template-`basename $EDITOR` Then we could have different

Re: [PATCH 1/2] GIT: Try all addresses for given remote name

2005-07-22 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Fri, Jul 22, 2005 at 05:26:29PM -0400, YOSHIFUJI Hideaki / ?$B5HF#1QL@ wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] (at Fri, 22 Jul 2005 23:09:13 +0200), Petr Baudis [EMAIL PROTECTED] says: -} +#define STR_(s) # s +#define STR(s) STR_(s) Uh-huh? Why two macros? Well, why any macros

Re: [PATCH/RFC] Recursive Make considered harmful

2005-07-29 Thread Sam Ravnborg
While I do not have strong objections to make the build process go faster, it is somewhat disturbing that the Makefile pieces maintained in subdirectories need to name things they touch using paths that include the subdirectory names. I do not have a better alternative to suggest,

Re: Git 1.0 Synopis (Draft v3

2005-07-29 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 04:29:41AM -0400, Ryan Anderson wrote: Source Code Management with Git The article should include a HOWTO part alos. So people can see how to edit a file, pull from a remote repository etc. Since you have introduced core and porcelains it would be most logical to use

Re: Email patch - git commit?

2005-08-02 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Tue, Aug 02, 2005 at 03:15:19PM -0700, H. Peter Anvin wrote: Anyone have any good scripts for taking patches in email and turning them into git commits, preferrably while preserving the author information? git-applymbox seems to be what you are looking for. It was named dotest in the old

cogito - how to drop a commit

2005-08-06 Thread Sam Ravnborg
I accidently commited too many files to my tree today, and now I want to drop the commit so I have logically separate commits. What is the right way to do this - in cogito hopefully. I do not mind to execute a few git commands, but for my daily usage I expect cogito to hanle everything and

gitweb - feature request

2005-08-09 Thread Sam Ravnborg
Hi Kay. When browsing http://www.kernel.org/git I often find myself looking for the most recently changed tree. For this it is very good that you have the last change in italic and bolded if newer than a few hours (I think). A nice additional feature would be the possibility to sort the output

Re: gitweb - feature request

2005-08-09 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Tue, Aug 09, 2005 at 09:58:18PM +0200, Kay Sievers wrote: On Tue, Aug 09, 2005 at 09:31:04PM +0200, Sam Ravnborg wrote: Hi Kay. When browsing http://www.kernel.org/git I often find myself looking for the most recently changed tree. For this it is very good that you have the last

Re: gitweb - feature request

2005-08-09 Thread Sam Ravnborg
You have Firefox, don't you? Next time you surf to gitweb, right click on the funny yellow symbol in the lower right corner of your Firefox. It should say something like Subscribe to Do it. Unfortunately not on my firefox. 1.0.6 on gentoo. Puzzled... Sam - To unsubscribe from

Re: Cannot install git RPM

2005-08-10 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 09:23:07AM -0700, Chris Wright wrote: * Wolfgang Denk ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: It's then the perl(Email::Valid) and perl(Mail::Sendmail) depen- dencies which cause problems. I installed all perl packages and modules I was able to find in the standard FC

Re: kernel.org git web interface

2005-08-10 Thread Sam Ravnborg
Hi Hubert. git@vger.kernel.org is a better place to request this. So I have included them in to: Sam On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 03:59:02PM +, Hubert Tonneau wrote: The 'V' column on http://www.kernel.org/ is very convienient to review what has changed in a new kernel (files

Re: [PATCH] Debian packaging for 0.99.4

2005-08-11 Thread Sam Ravnborg
Anyway, enough of this. I understand the name will not change and I'm ok with that. I'll deal with it on our (Debian's) end. The easy fix is to kill the small git script that is not mandatory anyway (as far as my quick grep told me). The cg script has a bit more value. Sam - To

Re: [PATCH] Debian packaging for 0.99.4

2005-08-11 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Thu, Aug 11, 2005 at 10:24:10PM +0200, Matthias Urlichs wrote: Hi, Sam Ravnborg: Anyway, enough of this. I understand the name will not change and I'm ok with that. I'll deal with it on our (Debian's) end. The easy fix is to kill the small git script that is not mandatory

Re: [PATCH] Teach applymbox to keep the Subject: line.

2005-08-18 Thread Sam Ravnborg
(Also, with proper Signed-off-by: lines it's also always clear that there were other people involved, and that the author of the patch is different from the person who applied it). I almost always handedit my mails and I find myself forgetting to add Signed-off-by from time to time. Is there

Re: git reset and newly created files.

2005-08-21 Thread Sam Ravnborg
So you would naturally be tempted to do this: ... Re-edit, compile, and test. This time it is perfect. $ git commit -a -C ORIG_HEAD Well, not really. You can lose any file newly created in ORIG_HEAD this way. Instead, you need to do this: ... Re-edit, compile, and

Re: [PATCH] Introduce reset type flag to git reset

2005-08-23 Thread Sam Ravnborg
I am not sure what mixed reset (the current behaviour) is good for. If nobody comes up with a good use case it may not be a bad idea to remove it. Using the principle of minimum suprise the --mixed should be removed. --soft - undo the commit leaving all changes. --hard - undo the commit and

Re: Moved files and merges

2005-09-03 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Sat, Sep 03, 2005 at 01:25:50AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote: Junio C Hamano [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: H. Peter Anvin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I currently have two klibc trees, I cloned them to take a look. You_do_ seem to have a lot of renames. Well, I think I understand how

Re: Moved files and merges

2005-09-03 Thread Sam Ravnborg
On Sat, Sep 03, 2005 at 12:32:03PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote: Sam Ravnborg [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As explained in another mail what we want to do is actually to transpose the changes made to F to the now renamed file G. So we end up with G containing the modifications made to F