On Mon June 9 2008, Jesse Keating wrote: > These are good, albeit a bit lengthy. Lets see what we can do here. > > On Mon, 2008-06-09 at 23:12 +0200, Till Maas wrote: > > I would like to have a way so easily track patches against the cvs state > > of a package with the possibility to do private commits and an easy way > > to merge them to the official branch or show them others in a way that > > they can easily merge them. This would make co-maintaining packages a lot > > easier imho. > > I think I know what you're talking about here, but I want to clarify. > You get a copy of the "upstream" frob module. You then do some local > changes and even local commits against frob. You can query upstream > "frob" to see if anything changed upstream and integrate those into your > copy. Eventually you take your local changes and push them 'upstream', > right? If upstream here is the Fedora scm, then this is what I mean. Regards, Till
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