philip.weaver at gmail.com
Thu Aug 19 15:31:10 EDT 2010
I know how to use darcs. I don't want to use it.
I think I explained before, that I have a git repo of my personal bash and
emacs settings, and I want to have a git submodule for haskell-mode.
The local changes I will make to the git repository won't really be useful
to anyone. They're just going to be my own personal tweaks (for example,
the only commit I have right now is an update to .gitignore). If I think
any of them might be, I will submit them.
On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 5:01 AM, Ivan Lazar Miljenovic <
ivan.miljenovic at gmail.com> wrote:
> Philip Weaver <philip.weaver at gmail.com> writes:
> > No, not quite.
> > As far as I know, the only VCS that git supports are svn and cvs. In
> > cases, yes, you can pull from and push to the remote svn/cvs repository,
> > there are some restrictions on what you can do in the git repo (you have
> > rebase instead of merge, for example).
> > darcs-to-git is not part of git. It is a separate program that provides
> > one-way translation. I intend to maintain a branch that mirrors the
> > repo, and a separate branch with my patches rebased on top of that.
> Why not just use the darcs repo and push changes there rather than
> making your own version with changes that others might want but not get
> applied to the official version?
> darcs isn't that hard to learn...
> Ivan Lazar Miljenovic
> Ivan.Miljenovic at gmail.com
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