Changes between Version 48 and Version 49 of UsingGitWithWebKit


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Jul 9, 2010 3:54:12 PM (9 years ago)
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ojan@chromium.org
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    74 == webkit-patch, check-webkit-style and git ==
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    76 webkit-patch commands all work with git. By default all webkit-patch commands will treat all changes in your branch as a single commit (i.e. all local commits + working copy changes get uploaded/committed as a single commit). To operate on a specific commit, use --git-commit=commitish or "-g commitish". "commitish" can be a single commit (e.g. HEAD^), a commit range (e.g. HEAD~3..HEAD~1, operates on HEAD~2 and HEAD~1 as a single commit) or the working copy (i.e., HEAD..).
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    7874== Commit manually through git-svn directly ==
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    9995== WebKit Script support for Git ==
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     97webkit-patch and check-webkit-style commands all work with git. By default all webkit-patch commands will treat all changes in your branch as a single commit (i.e. all local commits + working copy changes get uploaded/committed as a single commit). To operate on a specific commit, use --git-commit=commitish or "-g commitish". commitish can be a single commit (e.g. HEAD~1), a commit range (e.g. HEAD~3..HEAD~1, operates on HEAD~2 and HEAD~1 as a single commit) or the working copy (i.e., HEAD..).
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    10199The various scripts in `WebKitTools/Scripts` have been made to work pretty well with Git.  Here are some