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Re: [PATCH] translations: Make "GIT Committish:" lines obsolete

From: Till Rettig
Subject: Re: [PATCH] translations: Make "GIT Committish:" lines obsolete
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 22:12:17 +0200
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John Mandereau wrote:
Le samedi 13 janvier 2007 à 16:45 +0200, Till Rettig a écrit :
A bit off-topic:
Well, I don't know anything about python, but have to say that the
current script doesnt't work for me or I didn't understand it so far.

If you find something unclear or missing in the README, please let me
know.  See also Jean-Charles's gitrux, that he recently sent on this
Yes, I guess it just really takes some time to understand git and all that it implies. I surely
thought I was following the README stricktly, but might well be that I did some mistakes
like omitted some steps or something.
But then, why did it not accept my commitish numbers in the first

This is strange you encounter bad committishes errors, as (I suppose)
_you_ have written this committishes in translated files, so even if
they are not valid committishes in, they should be valid
committishes in your local repository copy.
I guess I found the reason: I started a new git repository at some point when everything was goin a bit weired. So
I guess the first commitishes that I had were not in the history of this newer one. But as I understand
it is better to use the internet commitish and not the local one, so the patches will apply cleanly (at
least in theory).
Hope then my next patches will be ok. ;-)


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