NAKAMURA Takumi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Dave, bty, don't you work on your branches, but master?
I think it would be not "the right git way".
ps. for me, to commit much commits;
$ git checkout master
$ git rebase -i mybranch
(pick up commits interactive on master as cherry)
$ make -C builddir check-all -j4
$ git svn dcommit -n
I work on branches. That was the main question I had: how to handle
merges, etc. between branches.
I finally hit upon a sequence that works for me. I use git-subtree to
keep a repository of the LLVM/Clang world around. To commit to LLVM:
(previously I had done git remote add llvm-upstream
git subtree split -P llvm -b upstream
git checkout upstream
git svn init https://email@example.com/svn/llvm-project/llvm/trunk
git config svn-remote.svn.fetch ‘:refs/remotes/llvm-upstream/master’
git config svn-remote.svn.url ‘https://firstname.lastname@example.org/svn/llvm-project/llvm/trunk’
git svn fetch
git svn rebase -l
git svn dcommit -dry-run -n
Spits out a bunch of things like:
diff-tree 6ac658fc756cd78d75c58b77e2994830ce50300f~1 6ac658fc756cd78d75c58b77e2994830ce50300f
diff-tree 0f2bb78415654038ad914f3e937c372505320b04~1 0f2bb78415654038ad914f3e937c372505320b04
diff-tree b59e257caa9311048915b0a93c417987177a47f4~1 b59e257caa9311048915b0a93c417987177a47f4
diff-tree e71fe076e5e6cac03dab04bf961961633f3b0f2a~1 e71fe076e5e6cac03dab04bf961961633f3b0f2a
diff-tree 3dd36498cc2d0d12b58664b13b3bfb6b4a42b5d1~1 3dd36498cc2d0d12b58664b13b3bfb6b4a42b5d1
diff-tree 04bf58415302e738394db762408ba5de208c520a~1 04bf58415302e738394db762408ba5de208c520a
Then it's a matter of doing "git diff" on the above to find the next
commit I want to send. I run "git log" to find the commit just before
all of the above commits (that get rebased). After that:
git checkout c7a3e2945bf15c99d8267cb2c4434021355fe008
git checkout -b commit # Split off a branch starting just before the
# rebased commits.
git cherry-pick 0f2bb78415654038ad914f3e937c372505320b04 # Next commit
# to send
git svn dcommit --dry-run -n
Gives one output:
diff-tree 5a6ab4ff0e0be9ba0737984c670ee71d0cccc5d1~1 5a6ab4ff0e0be9ba0737984c670ee71d0cccc5d1 > init.diff
A quick "git diff" and "git log" confirms this is the one I want. Then
git svn dcommit
Or, at least I will after the patch gets some review.
So it's a little more involved but seems to let me be a little more
flexible with how I use git. Maybe I'll write something up for the web
documentation. Do we have a git usage section somewhere?
Thanks for your help!