Re: updating rspec to newer version
2012/10/29 Vasudev Kamath <email@example.com>:
> Hi Praveen,
> On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 3:20 PM, Praveen A <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I'm trying to update rspec to latest upsteam veriosn, 2.11 . It
>> seems this repo does not have an upstream or pristine-tar branch. How
>> do I proceed? Can I manually update the files to newer upstream
> If you clone using git branches won't automagically show up but it
> will still be there just try git branch -a you will see
> To make them available locally just run following commands
> git branch --track pristine-tar remotes/origin/pristine-tar
> git branch --track upstream remotes/origin/upstream
> And you will be ready to go.
> Other alternative is as Cedric said gbp-clone --pirstine-tar
Thanks Vasudev and Cedric. Since all previous times I already had
those branches locally it didn't occur to me to checkout them
As for working on an older version of cucumber-rails or rspec-rails, I
would do that only if we complete all other diaspora dependencies
before we get a newer rspec.
I will help test the newer rspec when I get some time.
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