Re: How to hierarchically merge from the root to the leaf of a branch tree? (Patch stack management)

2013-08-02 Thread Jens Müller
Am 02.08.2013 06:33, schrieb Jens Müller: Am 01.08.2013 09:28, schrieb Jakub Narebski: There is also TopGit, which is feature-branch management tools (which seems like what you want, from what you written below). Indeed, thank you very much for pointing me to it. I have not read the whole

Re: How to hierarchically merge from the root to the leaf of a branch tree? (Patch stack management)

2013-08-01 Thread Jakub Narebski
Jens Müller blog at tessarakt.de writes: Hi all! I mainly use Git for version control, but have also tried out Mercurial. While I don't really like Mercurial in general, the idea of maintaining clearly separated patches with Mercurial Queues (MQ) is quite appealing. Therefore, I am

Re: How to hierarchically merge from the root to the leaf of a branch tree? (Patch stack management)

2013-08-01 Thread Jens Müller
Am 01.08.2013 09:28, schrieb Jakub Narebski: There is also TopGit, which is feature-branch management tools (which seems like what you want, from what you written below). Indeed, thank you very much for pointing me to it. I have not read the whole documentation, but it sounds promising enough

Re: How to hierarchically merge from the root to the leaf of a branch tree? (Patch stack management)

2013-07-31 Thread Fredrik Gustafsson
On Thu, Aug 01, 2013 at 12:25:32AM +0200, Jens Müller wrote: Hi all! I mainly use Git for version control, but have also tried out Mercurial. While I don't really like Mercurial in general, the idea of maintaining clearly separated patches with Mercurial Queues (MQ) is quite appealing.