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  • uncle_fungus
    started a topic Cloning from git

    Cloning from git

    This might be a really stupid question, but I can't work out for the life of me how to do it.

    How do I clone the pts git repository to track changes?

  • Michael
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    Michael, what do you need for adding opensuse distro support? Just the dependicies?
    Yeah, basically...

    Just a simple XML file of the dependencies: i.e. http://www.phorogit.com/index.php?p=...acf8553f1a3e5b found in pts/distro-xml/

    and then a script on how to install package(s) with that package management system:

    http://www.phorogit.com/index.php?p=...faf6fec67b7116

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  • deanjo
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    Michael, what do you need for adding opensuse distro support? Just the dependicies?

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  • Michael
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    Just ran git-update-server-info again... I think I am done for the night anyways. I took care of a number of bugs, started some new features, and I don't believe there are any regressions (hopefully!) with this latest work.

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  • uncle_fungus
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    Thanks, that's worked for all the commits until 22.30 server-time, but I still can't pull the latest commit.

    Code:
    [[email protected] phoronix-test-suite]$ git-pull
    Fetching refs/heads/master from http://www.phorogit.com/repo/phoronix-test-suite.git using http
    Already up-to-date.
    [[email protected] phoronix-test-suite]$ git-log -1
    commit 072a90d2457b77d330cccb810dbfaf204e2634bb
    Author: Michael Larabel <[email protected](none)>
    Date:   Sat May 10 22:27:53 2008 -0400
    
        Fix for suite-info to work recursively when listing tests in a suite

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  • Michael
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    Ran it again manually... I also redid the chmod on it, even though I believe I had done that before already.

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  • uncle_fungus
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    Michael, can you run git-update-server-info as I'm stuck several commits behind again?

    Code:
    [[email protected] phoronix-test-suite]$ git-pull
    Fetching refs/heads/master from http://www.phorogit.com/repo/phoronix-test-suite.git using http
    Already up-to-date.
    [[email protected] phoronix-test-suite]$ git-log -1
    commit 481d30d6b8c9697d54ebd004561e82e016268765
    Author: Michael Larabel <[email protected](none)>
    Date:   Sat May 10 18:40:14 2008 -0400
    
        Add another flac (SourceForge) mirror for encode-flac.
    At time of writing I'm 10 commits behind.

    Edit: From http://git.or.cz/gitwiki/GitFaq#head...2341b64378a5f6

    My HTTP repository has updates, which git clone misses. What happened?

    If you push via SSH to the repository, you have to enable the post-update hook (chmod a+x hooks/post-update). If you "push" with rsync, you have to make sure to execute git-update-server-info _before_ pushing. HTTP is a "dumb" transport, which needs some help. This help is provided in the form of the file info/refs, which contains the current refs (names + commit names of the tips).
    Last edited by uncle_fungus; 05-10-2008, 10:25 PM.

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  • uncle_fungus
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    That's fixed it. Thanks.

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  • Michael
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    Try pulling now. Sometimes running git-update-server-info manually on the server fixes the problem.

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  • uncle_fungus
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    Is anyone else pulling from git in a non-US timezone?

    I'm in UTC+1, and git-pull doesn't recognise any changes to the git tree until at least 3-4 hours after the commits have been made.

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