On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 03:37:31PM +0100, Thomas Leonard wrote:
> 2009/4/22 Bernard Jungen <bjung50169@...>:
> > Hi list,
> > I've been playing with rox source code lately and came up with 3 patches to be
> > found as attachments. These have been generated from my local git repo, having
> > failed to generate a useable fork at repo.or.cz.
> You might just need to push to it. I can't remember, but they might
> start off empty. Did you get an error?
Cloning it downloads and then gives me this message:
warning: remote HEAD refers to nonexistent ref, unable to checkout.
Apparently there's a problem at repo.or.cz not initializing forks correctly.
Anyone else has a clue?
Otherwise, how much more time-wasting is that for you to integrate generated patches?
> I'm not sure the compile option on the menu is a good idea, though.
> For most users, the directory will be read-only and this option will
> just generate errors. There's a Makefile in src which builds it...
> surely every developer has a short-cut for "save-and-run-make"?
Of course you're right. Let's say that first patch was a test in using git :-)