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Re: [Simulavr-devel] git

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Subject: Re: [Simulavr-devel] git
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 20:45:37 -0700

On Wed Feb 17 14:51 , Onno Kortmann  sent:

>another late reply to this discussion:
>> I'd already found this one.  It hasn't helped much.
>> So far, I've not been able to check out anything.
>> The checkout doesn't complain.
>> I just don't see any new files afterward.
>> Maybe I'm looking in the wrong places.
>The following should work (and will generate a directory simulavrxx in your 
>current working directory):
>$ git clone git://
>and in simulavrxx/, all the files should appear.

That and the later stuff seems to work,
but it doesn't answer my question:
Why can't I do anything with the repository I already had?
It's the one I made with your script.

>If you type
>$ git branch -a
>you'll see that you're on a local branch named master (because there are no 
>slashes - this is not exactly correct, but close enough), marked with '*' in 
>the first column. The other lines describe remote branches you just copied to 
>your disk and which you can check out.
>All other things are accessible if you generate local working branches for 
>them. For example:
>$ git checkout -b cvs-work origin/cvs-upstream
>will check out, into a new branch 'cvs-work' the cvs-upstream branch, which 
>holds the imported but otherwise completely unmodified CVS source of 
>simulavrxx. Should be up-to-date or close. Another branch exists for the old 
>non -xx simulavr source; you can get it e.g. with 
>$ git checkout -b simulavr-old origin/simulavr-old
>There it is, all the old code.
>To switch between the different branches, simply do a
>$ git checkout 
>with  being the branch you want to check out, such as 
>$ git checkout master
>to go back to the master branch.
>Histories can be shown on any branch with
>$ git log
>Which version of git are you using, btw? You should use something in the 1.6.x 
>or newer range.

Michael Hennebry
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