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From Frédéric THOMAS <webdoubl...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: [Git] Ignore files?
Date Tue, 12 Mar 2013 12:09:12 GMT
Instead of a update, I do a pull -rebase to preserve the order of the 

-----Message d'origine----- 
From: Erik de Bruin
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 1:05 PM
To: dev@flex.apache.org
Subject: Re: [Git] Ignore files?


I don't get it. Mike and I work together, so we need to have the same
codebase. When I have made a change that  Mike needs to include in his
source, in git I do a 'push', in SVN I do a 'commit'. To stay up to
date with my code, Mike needs to do a 'pull' in git ('update' in SVN).
What's different?


On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 1:00 PM, Carlos Rovira
<carlos.rovira@codeoscopic.com> wrote:
> HI Erik,
> as you already notice we must to setup the .gitignore file.
> Until we get write status we can't get this file correctly configured. In
> the meanwhile you can setup your own until we get write access and can
> commit it.
> Now that we are at few hours to fully work on GIT, I'm sure you will love
> it. For example, you could work with Mike much better making your own
> branches and taking control over your commits and what you want to share 
> in
> the remote repository. The problems you both face the previous week where
> one can step changes over the other are gone thanks to branching feature.
> You only have to take patience to master this feature and you will see 
> that
> is very powerful and get lots of control. In SVN the main problem is that
> all happens in one single place since branches are not usable and this
> causes that kind problems while working with other people.
> Regarding the problem you commented about your changes not committed in
> your workspace. Justin and others talked about it and share solutions. 
> Just
> to complement, I think you should clone the flex git repo, extract a patch
> from SVN with your changes and apply it to your git clone. Then I 
> recommend
> to branch and commit your changes in that branch so you continue to work 
> in
> your local repo. When GIT remote repo will come writeable you could push
> your branch to the remote repo. This will make you safe that you're not
> breaking anything since your branch will be isolated. When that branch 
> will
> be shared remotely, Mike will be able to checkout and work in it, or fork
> again to make whatever experimental change he like. Then you all can plan
> the merge and when ready merge into develop.
> Best
> Carlos
> 2013/3/12 Michael Schmalle <apache@teotigraphix.com>
>> Yeah,
>> Make sure you read the correct syntax when creating the files and 
>> entries.
>> I haven't checked out anything from git yet, got some other things to do
>> today.
>> I have used GIT quite extensively Erik, once you get passed the "blah" of
>> it, your golden. I can help you to with our project if you have 
>> questions.
>> Tortoise GIT is just like Tortoise SVN! Use it. :)
>> Mike
>> Quoting Erik de Bruin <erik@ixsoftware.nl>:
>>  Ok,
>>> The git equivalent of 'svn:ignore' is apparently a file named
>>> ".gitignore" you create in the directory where you want to hide files
>>> [1]. I have created one for FalconJx in my local repository/working
>>> copy/? and added the same entries as were in 'svn:ignore'.
>>> I guess this needs to be done for all (sub) projects that used
>>> 'svn:ignore'...
>>> EdB
>>> 1: 
>>> http://gitready.com/beginner/**2009/01/19/ignoring-files.html<http://gitready.com/beginner/2009/01/19/ignoring-files.html>
>>> On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 11:20 AM, Erik de Bruin <erik@ixsoftware.nl>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I'll keep asking 'noob' questions until I feel comfortable that I can
>>>> work with git in a manner that won't harm the project. This is only
>>>> the first one in what I'm sure will be a long series of questions. And
>>>> before you get tired and shout: "use the internet!", what I'm trying
>>>> to do is record these things in the mailing list in the hope someone
>>>> picks them up and puts them in the Wiki. That way the hordes of
>>>> contributors that this move is alleged to bring will have easy and
>>>> consistent access to what I'm sure will be an extensive FAQ...
>>>> Ok, rant over, this is my question:
>>>> When I build the SDK (even a partial build) or FalconJx, my 'stage'
>>>> (am I saying that correct?) ends up with a whole lot of files that I
>>>> never saw in SVN. Do I 'ignore' these files? If so, does that affect
>>>> the remote project/branch? Do I need to 'push' this local change, like
>>>> I need to commit when I add a "svn:Ignore" property?
>>>> EdB
>>>> --
>>>> Ix Multimedia Software
>>>> Jan Luykenstraat 27
>>>> 3521 VB Utrecht
>>>> T. 06-51952295
>>>> I. www.ixsoftware.nl
>>> --
>>> Ix Multimedia Software
>>> Jan Luykenstraat 27
>>> 3521 VB Utrecht
>>> T. 06-51952295
>>> I. www.ixsoftware.nl
>> --
>> Michael Schmalle - Teoti Graphix, LLC
>> http://www.teotigraphix.com
>> http://blog.teotigraphix.com
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> Carlos Rovira
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