Re: "remote origin already exists" when running dpt alioth-repo
On Sun, 2015-06-07 at 13:29 +0200, Axel Beckert wrote:
> dpt alitoh-repo also adds the newly created repo to our .mrconfig
> file -- which actually lists all our git repos. This allows us to
> checkout all our git repos at once (well, takes an hour or more :-)
> with one command using "mr" from the package "myrepos". That way we
> can do mass-commits over thousands of packages without too much
Great, thanks for the explanation, all makes sense.
> Yes. Basically, with the deletion of
> /srv/git.debian.org/git/pkg-perl/packages/libdpkg-parse-perl.git/ that
> .mrconfig should have been updated, too.
> But if you get this working soon, it should suffice to later remove
> the duplicate entry again.
Do I do that just by cloning meta.git, removing the offending lines and
then committing and pushing back?