Re: mrsetup and the rest of the toys

2008-07-17 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Yaroslav Halchenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008.07.17.2000 +0200]: I have ran into your git repository while looking for a nice zsh config to start with. So I got interested in the way you setup management of the account configuration and projects within mr. I kept thinking to move my

Re: git for versioning

2008-07-30 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Rustom Mody [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008.07.30.0851 +0200]: But how do I work on the base and have it push (yeah, that's not exactly the word) its changes through the (branches for) Albert, Beth and Foo? You push them to a central location and they fetchmerge from there, or they fetch

Re: git for versioning

2008-07-30 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Rustom Mody [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008.07.30.1113 +0200]: But how do I work on the base and have it push (yeah, that's not exactly the word) its changes through the (branches for) Albert, Beth and Foo? You push them to a central location and they fetchmerge from there, or they

(valid) criticisms of Git addressed (was: I am using fsvs and just found svnhome in google...)

2008-08-27 Thread martin f krafft
: moved the file to someotherfile(bar) 2 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-) create mode 100644 someotherfile delete mode 100644 testfile +lapse:~/.tmp/cdt.VLULwrjW|master|% git log -- someotherfile commit 78b242f2d5df1ebe96e25e2dc6c69eb1c135cbb2 Author: martin f. krafft [EMAIL

Re: (valid) criticisms of Git addressed

2008-08-27 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Juliano F. Ravasi [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008.08.27.1958 +0100]: If you emptied your inbox, why keep it around? I expect the tools I use to recreate empty directories aqs needed. Yes, but some programs don't expect their directories to disappear. Then I think those programmes are

Re: OT: tips for directory structure for recurring LaTeX projects

2008-09-20 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Paul Menzel [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008.09.04.1220 +0100]: I do write letters and protocols using LaTeX with KOMA-Script (texdoc scrguien). Now I want to start using a VCS. I use something similar to you, but I have all my letter-writing classes and files in $TEXMFHOME, where they are

Re: Best practice for Documents directory: looking for comments on my current setup

2009-05-09 Thread martin f krafft
Collective reply, because this thread has been in my inbox too long... also sprach W. Kaplan walter.kap...@gmail.com [2009.04.19.1640 +0200]: The problems I'm aware of are: a) Having the big ~/Documents repository is as wrong as a single big $HOME repository, because it's still a lot of

dropbox (was: Best practice for Documents directory: looking for comments on) my current setup

2009-05-14 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Cory Myers c...@panix.com [2009.05.13.1747 +0200]: One of the neat things about Dropbox, actually, is that every machine you link to your Dropbox account has a complete copy of your data. Even if you unlink a computer, it keeps its copy. The Dropbox folks would have to actively

Re: Python script for automatic synchronization based on inotify

2011-03-23 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Dieter Plaetinck die...@plaetinck.be [2011.03.20.1235 +0100]: oh, one more thing. you can query the current branch in a pure-python way, by reading .git/HEAD No, please do not use this. Use git symbolic-ref -q HEAD || git name-rev --name-only HEAD -- martin |

Re: Python script for automatic synchronization based on inotify

2011-03-23 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Dieter Plaetinck die...@plaetinck.be [2011.03.23.0933 +0100]: well, the idea behind doing it in pure-python is removing the overhead of spawning extra processes, do you have an argument why reading the branchname of the current HEAD in a few lines of python is bad? .git/* is not a

Re: Python script for automatic synchronization based on inotify

2011-03-23 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Felix Kaiser felix.kai...@fxkr.net [2011.03.23.1250 +0100]: .git/* is not a public API. It's considered internal. Not its not. Its even documented[1]: ... a valid git repository must have the HEAD file; some porcelains may use it to guess the designated default branch of

Re: Fw: fake git repositories.. how far do you go?

2011-04-06 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Dieter Plaetinck die...@plaetinck.be [2011.03.03.0953 +0100]: I could not really understand why one would actually _want_ multiple fake git repositories. When I commit a change to my vim configuration, that has nothing to do with the history of changes to my mutt configuration.

Re: fake git repositories.. how far do you go?

2011-04-06 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach martin f krafft madd...@madduck.net [2011.04.06.1040 +0200]: detached bare would be better. Actually, see http://lists.madduck.net/pipermail/vcs-home/2011-April/000378.html Sorry, -- martin | http://madduck.net/ | http://two.sentenc.es/ the surest way to corrupt a youth

attachments (was: [mr] support for vcsh)

2011-11-29 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Richard Hartmann richih.mailingl...@gmail.com [2011.11.29.2255 +0100]: I got a report that there's no attachment to this email. The email i sent _does_ have an attachment, the archive does not... The list does filter certain types of attachment. Part of the reason is that

My vcsh is deprecated

2011-12-09 Thread martin f krafft
Folks, just so you know: I have deprecated my vcsh script a long time ago, and now it's official: http://git.madduck.net/v/etc/zsh.git/commitdiff/4e5f7ffb64e3e06024312c9d8595c4504dd1 Since RichiH's vcsh is fully functional and compatible, please migrate to his:

Re: trying out vcsh

2013-04-26 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Brian May br...@microcomaustralia.com.au [2012.02.06.0116 +0100]: Just recently I heard of this vcsh thing, just some of my initial thoughts. Just recently started to clean out my inbox… ;) 2. I found following the instructions for creating new repositories insufficient (section

Re: attachments in this ML (was: Re: mr/vcsh integration)

2013-04-29 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Andre Klärner kan...@ak-online.be [2013.04.28.2310 +0200]: funny - I just cleared the personal copies of the mailinglist-messages, and the mailing-list copy did not contain the attachment. Does someone know about if this mailing list strips all attachments (also noticed it with my

Re: attachments in this ML (was: Re: mr/vcsh integration)

2013-04-29 Thread martin f krafft
I have simply removed all filters for now. Users of this mailing list surely know not to abuse it nor are they endangered of opening .pif files! ;) -- martin | http://madduck.net/ | http://two.sentenc.es/ wickedness is a myth invented by good people to account for the curious attraction of

Re: cdgit: cd relative to git workdir root

2013-09-16 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Thomas Koch tho...@koch.ro [2013.09.16.2101 +0200]: shell alias cdgit = cd $(git root) I've tried to make this happen many years ago, but I never finished the ZLE widget that did it. The idea was to bind 'tab' to a function that would replace an occurrence of ~g in $LBUFFER with the

Re: automating git-annex relationships

2014-09-09 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Joey Hess j...@kitenet.net [2014-09-09 17:20 +0200]: Note that the part after the -- here is just a description, and can be any free-form text. I was going to suggest that there could be another field added to the protocol, but… Recent versions of git-annex have a hidden feature

Re: git annex loses track of files it has locally

2014-09-09 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Joey Hess j...@kitenet.net [2014-09-09 17:31 +0200]: It does. Nowhere in your mail did you say you'd tried fsck. Oh, because I thought it's run as part of repair. But looking again: % git annex repair Running git fsck ... […] this is git-fsck, not git-annex-fsck ;) --

Re: vcsh: use branches instead of repos?

2015-06-26 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Sitaram Chamarty sitar...@gmail.com [2015-06-26 08:37 +0200]: Would it be possible to use a single repo, with each configuration (vim, zsh, etc) being a *branch* in that repo, rather than each config being its own repo? How would this work? Would you then simple create checkouts of

Re: integrating an existing git repo in vcsh

2016-02-03 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Alan Schmitt [2016-02-04 00:34 +1100]: > I could not find how to do the following in the documentation. > I already have my .emacs.d under git, and I’m looking into vcsh > for other configuration files. Is it possible to integrate this > existing repo

Re: To use vcsh or not to use vcsh, that is the question

2017-01-12 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Samuel Hodgkins [2017-01-12 17:20 +1300]: > In comparison to vcsh, I also use myrepos which is excellent at managing a > set of repositories, and although I haven't used it much it can also do > commands. I think (but cannot confirm) that it can be extended

Dealing with .gitmodules

2017-03-27 Thread martin f krafft
Hey, The file .gitmodules (man 5 gitmodules, for use with git-submodule) is hardcoded to reside in $GIT_WORK_DIR/.gitmodules. As vcsh repositories all share the same work dir, there's a conflict. Has anyone come up with a smart way to handle this? Thanks, -- @martinkrafft |

Re: Dealing with .gitmodules

2017-03-30 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Joshua Haase [2017-03-31 05:37 +0200]: > > The file .gitmodules (man 5 gitmodules, for use with git-submodule) > > is hardcoded to reside in $GIT_WORK_DIR/.gitmodules. As vcsh > > repositories all share the same work dir, there's a conflict. > > Why do you need git

Re: Dealing with .gitmodules

2017-04-08 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach Kevin Lyda [2017-03-31 09:50 +0200]: > Personally I prefer git subtree over git submodules. And that > said, you're using vcsh which allows for multiple git repos. So > instead of git submodules, just use additional repos. I don't think vcsh/myrepos is a good