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Re: Uploading a patch to Rietveld

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Uploading a patch to Rietveld
Date: Sun, 1 May 2011 17:59:15 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)

On Sun, May 01, 2011 at 05:36:45PM +0100, Phil Holmes wrote:
> When I type git cl config I get "git: 'cl' is not a git command".
> I'm guessing that this is because the latest version of the LilyPond
> Ubuntu build doesn't have git-cl installed?

Are you certain that you have the latest version?  IIRC we added
git-cl in lilydev-1.1.  It was certainly one of the last things
that was added.  We certainly don't expect new contributors to
install git-cl themselves!

It's probably not worth downloading a new lilydev just for this,

>  From the CG I see some
> stuff about installing it: should I do that?

Yes, although you'll need to use git to get the repository.

> Could someone walk me through:

> Add the 'git-cl/' directory to your PATH, or create a symbolic link
> to the git-cl and scripts in one of your PATH directories
> (such as '$HOME/bin').

if your lilydev has a bin/  (lilydev 1.1 certainly does), then
  cd bin
  ln -s $HOME/path/to/git-cl-source-code/git-cl
should do the trick.  Without knowing the exact directory you have
the git-cl source code in, I can't be more specific.

> And it then says:
> There are two methods, depending on your git setup.
> .Master branch: (easy option, and used in lily-git.tcl)
> I don't see an option to upload a patch to Rietveld in my lily-git -
> will I get one if I do the install?

No.  You need to type the
  git cl upload origin/master
on the command-line yourself.  (or just copy&paste from the CG)

- Graham

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