Using Git

DJ Lucas dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Sep 13 05:55:15 PDT 2011


On 09/12/2011 05:12 PM, Matthew Burgess wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> This was prompted by a discussion on lfs-dev about a new server for LFS.
>
> There are plenty of git tutorials out there, but none that seem to
> describe the following workflow I use:
>

It's just terminology changes. While still very basic, I personally 
liked this one to wrap my head around the then foreign terms:

http://eagain.net/articles/git-for-computer-scientists/

> 1) Checkout sources (svn co)
> 2) Make a change and commit it locally (quilt new, quilt add, edit
> files, quilt refresh)
> 3) Make a 2nd change and commit it locally (quilt new, quilt add, edit
> files, quilt refresh)
> 4) 'Rewind' to the 1st change, as I need to make a change to the first
> commit (quilt pop, edit files, quilt refresh)
> 5) 'Fast forward' to the 2nd change, to ensure it still applies on top
> of the first (quilt push)
> 6) Rewind both changes, update from upstream so that I have all the
> latest changes, then do a final 'fast forward' of both changes to ensure
> they both apply cleanly on top of the latest upstream changes
> 7) Rewind both changes again, 'fast forward' each change in turn and
> commit them upstream (quilt pop -a, quilt push, svn ci, quilt push, svn ci)
>
> Maybe I'm just misunderstanding the tutorials I've read and they may be
> describing the above, but if anyone could tell me what the git commands
> are for the above or point to a git cookbook type document, that would
> be great.  Or, even suggestions on how git has better features for the
> above would be great too.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Matt.

-- DJ Lucas




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