incubator-ooo-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Regina Henschel <>
Subject Re: Need guide for my first 'push'
Date Sat, 19 May 2012 18:07:21 GMT
Hi Dennis,

Dennis E. Hamilton schrieb:
> OK, I see.  Ariel's advice is appropriate if you are comfortable with
> GIT and like the compactness.  However, it is only good for
> non-committer activities, such as seeing if you can build from
> source, etc.
> (By the way, with the latest SVN and especially with TortoiseSVN, I
> don't know that there is much difference in the size for working
> copies, and you can be very selective with what you check out and
> keep updated.)

I had bad experience with TortoiseSVN. It puts itself in a way into the 
Windows explorer, that the explorer becomes so slow, that it was 
unusable. Therefore I uninstalled TortoiseSVN. For making patches that 
other push, I did not need it.

> However, GIT is not supported for what committers do on Apache
> OpenOffice.  No pushing changes.  The GIT view of the Apache
> OpenOffice SVN repository is read-only.

Command 'git svn dcommit' should push the changes. But I don't know 
whether the commit message will be transfered too or if I need something 
in addition. And I'm afraid of disturbing something, otherwise I would 
simple try it. Perhaps I wait, whether Ariel has an answer, for he guide 
me to git-svn.

Making the patch available for review before pushing is a good idea. I 
have attached it to

Kind regards

View raw message