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From Harbs <harbs.li...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Git Migration Reset
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2013 14:38:04 GMT
Sounds like a familiar workflow. I find I do that with svn far more often that I like! ;-)

On Mar 14, 2013, at 4:15 PM, christofer.dutz@c-ware.de wrote:

> Just as a suggestion ... why not clone the GIT version as soon as it's finished.
> Then delete the ".git" or ".svn" stuff from the copy you are currently working on.
> Then simply copy all the stuff from the SCM-less copy containing your changes into your
clean clone.
> Git should detect unchanged, modified and new files ... only thing is that it won't detect
moved or deleted files. 
> 
> After that ... commit ... push ... all's good and no kittens get's killed :-)
> 
> Think this should work without the need to actually patch anything at all (Assuming you
were the only one working on the Falcon code ... if there were more people working on this,
this would be a problem though).
> 
> Chris
> 
> ________________________________________
> Von: Erik de Bruin [erik@ixsoftware.nl]
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 13. März 2013 20:45
> An: dev@flex.apache.org
> Betreff: Re: Git Migration Reset
> 
>> Ah, so you made changes to the supposedly read-only git repo in the
>> meantime.  Why would you do something like that?  While at the same time
>> you were asking for a do over.  Does not compute.  What did you expect?
> 
> There was nothing "read-only" about my local copy. The understanding
> at the time was that write enableing of the the remote copy (branch?)
> would be a matter of hours, subject only to a check by the PMC. Before
> starting work, I did check the Falcon git repo, and it looked good. It
> thing it was not unreasonable for me to expect the 'write' switch to
> be throw with the same expediency with which INFRA moved at the start
> of this episode.
> 
> On the point of the "do over": I don't recall asking for such a thing.
> I understand no that the confusion might have come from the [DISCUSS]
> thread I started - note: this was AFTER INFRA took their unilateral
> action by removing the git repos and re-enabling SVN - was about
> postponing the migration until INFRA had taken their 'git' support out
> of beta and was ready to fully support it, presumably months if not
> years in the future. That thread is not VOTE or LAZY but DISCUSS. I
> specifically chose that subject so no action would be taken until a
> discussion had taken place.
> 
>> Theoretically, that would work.  But given that you are not too familiar
>> with Git, it would be a risky proposition.  It is up to you.
> 
> Well, "up to me" is not really the case, as I explained, but I
> understand it's "out of your hands." I'll make a full backup of the
> actual source files, just to make sure no code is lost when trying to
> manage the move to git.
> 
> Now, before this gets out of hand, let me re-iterate: by now - by way
> of a healthy serving of tutorials and some needed distraction on
> /r/aww - I nearly understand the basics of git. I accept the project
> is moving to git, unless a new consensus on the DISCUSS thread leads
> to a new VOTE :-) I am doing my best to have my code ready for the
> migration and by sharing my experiences and frustrations with the list
> I try to smooth the way for others.
> 
> TL;DR: confusion all over the place, but really there's nothing to see
> here, we're moving forward to a 'git' future.
> 
> EdB
> 
> 
> 
>> Thanks,
>> Om
>> 
>> 
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