[Buildroot] Create user git repository at uclibc.org

Thiago A. Corrêa thiago.correa at gmail.com
Tue May 5 00:46:30 UTC 2009


Hi,

   Peter, I'm still lost here :(
   I've created a git folder at my home then did a git clone from
buildroot, but that didn't expose a private branch. Then I thought I
needed to do a git init, but then again, all I got was a .git folder.
   As I said, your message [1] still isn't clear to those of us who
don't know this beast.

   I really don't know how I should setup this to keep sending
patches, and what worries me a bit more is that I have no idea how I
will keep pulling changes to my private svn. I used to do svn merge to
get upstream changes into my company tree, which contains closed
source programs that I write, added to the build system.

   Perhaps an example of what command exactly I should give at the
uclibc.org box to get the tree created would be more usefull. I've
noticed that only you have a user tree. Probably I'm not the only one
who can't figure this out.

Thanks,
   Thiago A. Correa


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