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Re: How can I use git to help me merge a patch with the new directory st
Re: How can I use git to help me merge a patch with the new directory structure
Mon, 27 Jul 2009 05:51:07 -0600
On 7/27/09 2:45 AM, "Johannes Schindelin" <address@hidden>
> On Sun, 26 Jul 2009, Carl Sorensen wrote:
>> On 7/26/09 11:35 AM, "Johannes Schindelin" <address@hidden>
>>> On Sat, 25 Jul 2009, Carl Sorensen wrote:
>>>> As you're aware, I've been working on a patch for autobeaming.
>>>> It affects c++, scheme, and documentation files.
>>>> Now I want to apply the patch to master. But the problem is that all of
>>>> the documentation files have moved to Documentation/ISOLANG/notation
>>>> instead of Documentation/ISOLANG/user
>>>> So this seems to break any means of making my patch apply.
>>>> Any git gurus out there who have an idea of how I can do this without
>>>> having to manually apply patches made between the files in the different
>>> You should be ablt to use "git cherry-pick <commit>" on the branch you
>>> want to port this commit to. This will perform a rename-aware 3-way
>> I tried that, but I don't know how to make it work properly.
>> sorensen2:lilypond-working Carl$ git cherry-pick new-beam-settings
>> warning: too many files (created: 526 deleted: 717), skipping inexact rename
> This means that the rename detection did not kick in. I think the easiest
> would be to "git reset --hard" (to reset to the previous state), then
> configure a higher limit with "git config merge.renamelimit 1500" and try
> the cherry-pick again.
Thank you! That appears to have worked. I knew there was something simple
that would make it work.
I really appreciate your help.