[Kde-scm-interest] [PATCH] scripty draft 1
chanika at gmail.com
Tue May 26 17:56:52 CEST 2009
On May 26, 2009 08:45:52 Thomas Zander wrote:
> On Tuesday 26. May 2009 09.18.43 Chani wrote:
> > -I'm not sure if I should rebase when I pull, just in case strange things
> > have happened to the git repo. maybe only if the first pull fails?
> The only commits you ever will create in this repo are the translation
> update right?
"this repo" being a git kde module (like, say, amarok) - the only commits
should be adding translations to .desktop files.
> In that case --rebase will not be harmful since it will have no effect if
> you don't have any non-pushed commits.
> In short;
> * if the commits have to go back to svn, rebase is non-optional.
ummm... what? there's no svn involved in the git repository. are we on the
same page here?
> * if you made a change that rebase can't handle but merge would, then
> rebase is probably not wanted.
so if scripty changes desktop files in amarok, and then someone else changes a
desktop file in amarok, git pull might be able to deal with it but git pull --
rebase might not?
> I bet you should just rebase to keep a clean and simple history.
except for the above issue. hrm.
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