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Re: [PATCH 0/2] Bugfix w.r.t. $(AM_LFLAGS)/$(LFLAGS) and $(AM_YFLAGS)/$(

From: Stefano Lattarini
Subject: Re: [PATCH 0/2] Bugfix w.r.t. $(AM_LFLAGS)/$(LFLAGS) and $(AM_YFLAGS)/$(YFLAGS) precedence.
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2010 22:02:24 +0200
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At Thursday 24 June 2010, Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
> I didn't mean to push the branch, unless it becomes a longer-lived
> one which you might want to base work on.
Ah, OK.  I misunderstood, and though that you intended to publish the 
branch.  I'm perfectly fine with not having it in the main repository 
(after all, it's basically just a simple bugfix, as you said; and I 
have no intention of using it as base for new work).

> Thinking about it, let's just merge it to maint, so far this really
>  is purely a bugfix, so branch-1.11 should have it too.
> Generally, if there is some nonpublished branch B that you want to
>  base work on, you can usually take the last merge commit C that
>  says "merge B" or "merge B to BB" and take C^2 as base:
>   git checkout -b B C^2
> That'll recreate the information for you locally.  Of course it
>  won't automatically update your B from origin/B when that is
>  published later, but a quick edit of .git/config can fix that,
>  too.
And thanks for this additional tips.


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