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From Andrew Lunny <>
Subject Re: Cordova-Android now up-to-date in the ASF Git Repo
Date Tue, 03 Jan 2012 20:06:09 GMT
On 3 January 2012 11:56, Bryce Curtis <> wrote:

> I was able to set up git and clone, so Android must be good.  Are we ready
> to use the apache git for commits from now on?  How are pull requests made
> and what is the easiest way to commit/approve them?

I'm not sure if JIRA supports anything close to pull requests - I have a
couple of PATCH issues here:

The patch files were generated by git format-patch. They can be applied by
running "git am", eg

cd cordova-android
git am 0001-adding-JUnit-dependency.patch

> On 1/3/12 1:27 PM, Patrick Mueller wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 14:08, Joe Bowser<>  wrote:
>>  I've synced up the changes for Cordova-Android, and after going through
>>> the
>>> process, I think it makes sense if each platform maintainer just does a
>>> push up to their respective repositories the changes that they have been
>>> maintaining to date.  This way, we can be sure that most people are set
>>> up
>>> to commit to the new repositories, and I won't have to sift through
>>> things
>>> that I'm unfamiliar with.  I see that Patrick has already done this with
>>> weinre, which tipped me off.
>>> Are we doing this right?
>> I think this is exactly what we want to do, modulo having to do global
>> "mark read"s on the torrent of emails flowing into my new filtered
>> "commits" label in GMail.  :-)  Would be nice to get a single push's
>> commit's bundled into one message, but I reckon this flood is a one-time
>> thing, so ... no worries.
>> Actually, just checked the email, and they're coming from "
>> callback-commits@incubator.**<>"
>> - I suppose we should create new
>> ml's for the 3 "callback" ml's we have, to "cordova" ones.

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