(Two copies of your message arrived in my inbox. Did you mean to send it twice?)
On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 11:47 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I've completed the AMR3D object "ellipsoid", and I think it is ready for others to test/play with. I've forked a yt repo and followed the steps on
http://yt.enzotools.org/doc/advanced/developing.html under section "How To Submit Changes"
however, after I put in the changes, hg commit hg push went to notify the developer at http://hg.enzotools.org/yt/pull
Matt suggested that I notify people on the developer list as well, and I'm stuck on how to let others pull the changes I've made to my bitbucket repo. This is probably a hg/bitbucket question, but I'm new to this and thought you guys are probably pro at this.
It's already all set. Your repo is public, so we can access it.
The latest version of the bootstrap method ("yt bootstrap_dev") will add a command called "addsource" to hg. This allows people to do, for instance:
hg addsource gso bb://gsiisg/yt
and then they will have the path "gso" pointing to your bitbucket repo (user gsiisg with reponame yt). Then the operation:
hg pull gso
will get all your unsynced changes.
How do I let others access or pull a specific changeset (676c7f17fb97) off of the repo I just forked?
It's already done, and just telling us where the repo is is sufficient. You can see more if you look here:
This includes your changeset, how to merge, and a graphical view of the diffs.
Once that is setup, I'll post some scripts to plot the ellipsoid cells in 2D, 3D so people can make sure that it working.
Please feel free to use the pastebin for this. Scripts can be downloaded programmatically from the pastebin:
so it's easier on the command line for us to test things out.
Longer term, these scripts -- and others like them -- should probably have a home somewhere in the main repo.
Did you have a chance to construct success/failure of the ellipsoid scripts, or to think about some of the things that came up in the other thread?
Yt-dev mailing list Ytemail@example.com http://lists.spacepope.org/listinfo.cgi/yt-dev-spacepope.org