Re: salsa.debian.org: merge requests and such
Guido Günther writes ("Re: salsa.debian.org: merge requests and such"):
> On Fri, Nov 09, 2018 at 07:42:13PM +0000, Holger Levsen wrote:
> > - git wise, I think, I reverted these commits, pushed my changes and
> > merged the reverted commits again. No big deal, except a bit of messy
> > history. There are several strategies to deal with, I choose the
> > quickest path.
> Maybe even simpler: Create the tag for your upload (e.g. gbp tag). 'git
> push' that tag. 'git pull' the changes (which uses the merge machinery
> in case of overlapping changes).
If you are using dgit then the git tag was of course done already for
you. So all you need to do is:
git pull salsa master # makes the merge
git push salsa master
> You then have a tag with the released package (it's not pointing to a
> commit on master but nobody says it has to) and all the changes
> integrated into master and the contributors changes will end up in the
> next release without any "messy" history due to reverts.
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