Happy SOC'ing all.
sirnuke at gmail.com
Mon May 28 17:40:36 CDT 2007
On 5/28/07, Maarten Lankhorst <m.b.lankhorst at gmail.com> wrote:
> John Klehm schreef:
> > Hey Maarten and all,
> > Good idea about publishing the changes. I was thinking to use
> > Google's project hosting thing for mine I think it supports SVN or
> > something though. Guess I can try and figure out a git feed on a
> > different server too, we'll see.
> Git is the repository system wine uses, see http://wiki.winehq.org/GitWine
> To set up a repo first you have to register a fork of wine.git, then set
> some settings and choose 'Push' rather then cloning a tree.
> To update your git repository for it, create a file in wine-git like this:
> Filename: .git/remotes/sound
> --- (Begin of file) ---
> URL: git+ssh://email@example.com/srv/git/wine/sound.git
> Push: refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master
> ---(End of file)---
> Then you can do something like:
> git push -f sound HEAD:refs/heads/master
> Of course replace username with your username, and sound with how you
> call your branch. To edit project settings, your username for it seems
> to be something like: wine/branchname (without .git at end) and project
> password you set yourself. Hope this is helpful for others too.
> > Just want to say hello and good luck. I'm glad to be here =)
> As do I,
I believe most non-bug fix changes will be limited to a small part of the
WINE tree (the mscoree dll), so creating an entire git fork is overkill for
myself. I have setup a subversion repository @ [
http://svn.degrendel.com/soc2007 ], where I will be keeping patches, notes,
and so on.
Anyways, best of luck to everyone.
-Working on .NET/Mono.
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