Subject: Re: [boost] [git] annotated SVN synchronization for boost.test (example only)
From: Peter A. Bigot (pab_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-01-13 12:36:09
On 01/13/2014 06:28 AM, Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
> Peter A. Bigot <pab <at> pabigot.com> writes:
>> Below is an annotated sequence of (bash) command-line git operations
>> that I used in a local copy of Boost.Test to understand what was
>> happening in it, with no intention of proposing this be what the
>> maintainers actually do with the module.
> Thank you. I need to get my hands dirty and finally switch to git locally. At
> some point I'll need this (I hope ;))
In the interests of reducing pain: I recommend against using those steps.
I wrote that description while I was still getting a handle on how Boost
development works and how git would be used to support it. At the time,
I assumed develop branches were for module-specific enhancements and
remained decoupled from other libraries until they had reached a
releasable state and were merged to master. I now understand that daily
Boost integration is done with develop branches, so the git update steps
that involve a rebase are inappropriate.
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