On 04/26/10 20:19, Logan Sorenson wrote:
On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 1:51 PM, Andre Smit<freev...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm confused, my natural state of mind :)
Mine too ;)
Heh, welcome on board! :)
Developer Guide, Section "Contributing changes" you indicate:
5. Send the patches like described in the previous Section.
This is unclear - the previous section (Making changes?) doesn't discuss
patches. Also - why generate patches if the commits already reflect changes?
I guess Robert meant the "Without git" section, i.e., attach the
patches to this mailing list or the issue tracker on google code.
Probably it would be more clear IMHO to repeat this information on
Yes, I meant the "Without git" section, but repeating it would not hurt. I will
For the second question, I guess generating patches
are just one way.
The other way would be to publish your git repository on, e.g.,
github. Then you can setup your local git copy to push your commits to
github and then Robert can pull them into the main sfepy repository.
Exactly. The commits reflect changes, but only in your _local_ git repository.
Then you must somehow allow others to see them and me to integrate them into
the main repository. This can be done either by sending a patch here, by
attaching it to an issue, or via github. For small things I slightly prefer
sending the patches - github is necessary in case of a longer parallel
development that would involve non-fast-forward merging and stuff like that.
On the other hand, setting a personal github repo is a good idea - it's a good
BTW. a patch can be easily applied:
git am < 0001_my_cool_patch
HTH! Keep asking questions! Also, feel free to edit
and clarify and
add to the documentation...it needs a lot of work yet. Btw, I really
like your beginner's tutorial on the google wiki page. Perhaps we can
incorporate it into the rst documentation?
+1, very nice.
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