Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of Moving to Git


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Jun 26, 2009 2:01:32 PM (10 years ago)
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treat@kde.org
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  • Moving to Git

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    2727    Another option is to copy your existing branch (which is very cheap) and then make the changes to the new branch, again with git-rebase, then publish the new branch.  For this we would probably want to define a standard naming scheme for patch review branches, such as including an iteration number or the date in the branch name, to avoid a confusing mess of names.
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     29    Another possibility is to "git revert" the patch and all patches it depends upon.  The author could then cherry-pick the change, modify it to match the reviewers comments, and commit it again as a separate version.
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     31    The best way to answer this question is likely to try a test install of GitHub or Gitorious or one of the other web based hosting tools for Git and begin trying out these scenarios to see what works best.
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    2933    evmar's doc describing [http://neugierig.org/software/git/?url=git-cl/tree/README.codereview Chrome's git/reitveld workflow] discusses some of these issues in more depth