Re: New Git repository
Yeah, if git is set up with a central repository, it should be just like
cvs/svn (with the extra bonus that I can do incremental commits locally
while I'm updating and just push everything when I'm done).
This seems to work fine. I did all my changes on a local branch in my cloned
repository, then updated from the remote, merged  and pushed my changes.
They now all show up in the web interface at git.debian.org, complete with
the history of when I did the partial commits that I did while working on
 It seems that the "git merge branchname" that is listed in all the
tutorials doesn't work, at least not with the version of git in
Etch. I had to use a more complicated command line on the form
"git merge 'commit message' master branchname".
\\// Peter - http://www.softwolves.pp.se/