some idea about cleanup the [tracking_backfire] branch
xiangfu at sharism.cc
Sat Oct 30 11:20:25 EDT 2010
On 10/30/2010 07:59 PM, Mirko Vogt wrote:
> Feel free - however please double-check if everything is fine before
> pushing your changes.
> A short summary would be nice as well about what changed (or what has
> to be changed in local clones) so developers don't get confused.
I give up the (git rebase -i) :)
so I start to manual create patches. I have created a new branch name [tracking_backfire_xiangfu]
it's base on upstream backifre r23044 and I have push those patches to it.
here is the steps I create those patches:
$ git diff backfire package/uboot-xburst/ > ~/patch-openwrt-backfire/001-package-uboot-xburst.patch
$ git diff backfire target/linux/xburst/ >~/patch-openwrt-backfire/002-target-linux-xburst.patch
$ git diff backfire package/ks7010/ > ~/patch-openwrt-backfire/003-package-ks7010.patch
here are some info about the different:
$ git diff backfire > master[cae1615]-backfire[r23044].diff
$ grep "diff \-\-git" master\[cae1615\]-backfire\[r23044\].diff > all-different-files.txt
I have remove the data/, package/uboot-xburst/, target/linux/xburst/, lines in .
so for now the all-different-files.txt include all files that should not be in [tracking_backfire]
what do you think? I think it's very very hard to remove commit (or rebase) from [tracking_backfire]
there two files I am not push:
.gitignore should send to upstream
feeds.conf.default should only keep in 'master'
if I forget something just let me know.
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