[Openal] Re: Openal Digest, Vol 48, Issue 4
kip at thevertigo.com
Wed Mar 31 00:36:16 PDT 2010
On Tue, 2010-03-30 at 23:10 -0700, Chris Robinson wrote:
> I'm afraid I'm not very familiar with git-pull and modified repos.
> I'd do a 'git fetch' followed by a 'git rebase origin' to sync with
> external repo and keep my modifications on top. If the repo being
> synced is
> hosted for other people to pull from, though, I don't think you can do
> Are you pulling from the repo.or.cz repository? If not, it's possible
> the one
> you're pulling from isn't synced with the "official" repo yet.
It looks like it was pulling from
That was the one the debian source package alerts as being the location
of upstream when one runs apt-get source libopenal1.
I'm not very familiar with git, but I do know my way around svn. What do
I run to "checkout" from your repo, and what do I run each time I'd like
to update my local working copy to the servers?
Thanks a lot.
Kip Warner -- Software Developer
President & CEO Kshatra Corp.
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