RFC: migrating to git
batterseapower at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 13 17:22:43 CET 2011
On 12 January 2011 22:13, Claus Reinke <claus.reinke at talk21.com> wrote:
>> You can emulate darcs's patch re-ordering in git if you put each
>> independent sequence of patches on a separate branch. Then you can
>> re-merge the branches in whatever order you want. This is a fairly
>> common git workflow.
> What happens after the merges? Does one maintain the branches
> somehow, or does one lose the (in-)dependency information?
If you are interested in this approach. you can check out Iolaus,
which is David Roundy's attempt at getting Darcs-style revision
control in Git: https://github.com/droundy/iolaus. I think that it
relies on you, the user, to accurately specify which patches a new one
of your own depends on, which is a bit of a limitation.
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