Re: Git and Quilt
On Mon, 2012-07-09 at 16:12 +0200, Dominique Dumont wrote:
> On Monday 09 July 2012 15:26:50 Jimmy Thrasibule wrote:
> > I have a core project on which I maintain a set of patches using Quilt.
> > This allows me to make changes to the project without touching the files
> > so I can upgrade to new versions easily.
> I don't really see the point. Couldn't you get a similar result by maintaining
> your own branch beside master branch ?
And you're totally right. I wanted to do this the right way without
touching the core but, I can just use another branch. I totally forgot
about this option...
> Unless your patches are needed outside a git repo (for example debian patches
> are needed in Debian build systems outside of a git repo), you probably don't
> need to maintain your modifications with quilt.
> I must have missed something there.
> All the best
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