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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Two branches, slightly different set of files

From: Brian May
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Two branches, slightly different set of files
Date: Mon, 03 May 2004 09:03:12 +1000
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>>>>> "Erik" == Erik de Castro Lopo <address@hidden> writes:

    Erik> OK, so I have two categories; project--public and
    Erik> project--hackery and a config project--config.

    Erik> When I do a "tla get" I end up with a directory structure:

    Erik> project--config
    Erik> my-config

My understanding is that "my-config" should go in a directory called

    Erik> where the contents of my-config might be

    Erik> ./public                address@hidden/project--public
    Erik> ./hackery               address@hidden/project--hackery

    Erik> then when i do a "tla build-config config" I end up with:

    Erik> project--config
    Erik> config
    Erik> public
    Erik> hackery

    Erik> What happens if I do a tla "commit" in the top level
    Erik> directory? Does that also do a commit to project--public and
    Erik> project--hackery or do I have to do separate commit in each?

I believe you have to do a separate commit for each one. Same for
update, replay, etc.

Disclaimer: I haven't done a lot of this myself, and am no expert.
Brian May <address@hidden>

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