Re: [Accessibilite] Re: Bug#596511: ITP: simon -- Open source speech recognition
Am 2010-09-13 15:46, schrieb Georges Khaznadar:
Georges Khaznadar a écrit :
I suceeded in building the package simon with my amd64 machine, here are
OOPS: I forgot to give an access to the modifications, here are they
(how can I commit them?)
Hi Georges! Hi Bill Cox!
@Bill: You will probably need to change your git repository url to use
the ssh repository because the git repo will likely be read-only. This
is just a guess based on how this is set up on sourceforge and KDE.
@Georges: Thank you very much for all your efforts. I too realized the
problems with amd64 and fixed them myself as well. The newest
modifications should already be in Git (they should have been already
online when you wrote the first mail today).
The package now compiles on both architectures and is published as
To get the newest changes issue:
git pull origin master
To commit your changes run:
git commit -a (if you want to add all local changes)
if you add new files don't forget to add them before running the commit:
git add <file>
If you feel that your local commits should be shared with everyone push
them to the server: git push origin master
In contrast to e.g. cvs, the commits themselves (git commit) are local
only. You need to push them to the server if you want to "publish" them.