Thanks to many people, we have accumulated quite a few fixes that are
appropriate for 1.6.0 stabilization effort but at the same time apply
equally well to 1.5.6 series. We might want to do 18.104.22.168 to flush them
while we are at it.
I am planning to tag 1.6.0-rc2 tomorrow evening. I noticed that both gitk
and git-gui have fixes and many updated translations that I intend to
pull before tagging -rc2.
* The 'maint' branch has these fixes since the last announcement.
Anders Melchiorsen (1):
Documentation: fix diff.external example
Brandon Casey (1):
t/t4202-log.sh: add newline at end of file
Ciaran McCreesh (1):
Make git-add -i accept ranges like 7-
Jeff King (1):
init: handle empty "template" parameter
Jim Meyering (1):
git-cvsimport.perl: Print "UNKNOWN LINE..." on stderr, not stdout.
Johannes Schindelin (1):
sort_in_topological_order(): avoid setting a commit flag
Jonathan Nieder (1):
git-diff(1): "--c" -> "--cc" typo fix
Junio C Hamano (6):
make sure parsed wildcard refspec ends with slash
Documentation: clarify diff --cc
Update my e-mail address
Start 22.214.171.124 RelNotes to describe accumulated fixes
builtin-name-rev.c: split deeply nested part from the main function
RelNotes 126.96.36.199 updates
Linus Torvalds (1):
diff.renamelimit is a basic diff configuration
Mike Ralphson (1):
Documentation: typos / spelling fixes in older RelNotes
Pierre Habouzit (1):
git-submodule: move ill placed shift.
Pieter de Bie (1):
git-name-rev: allow --name-only in combination with --stdin
René Scharfe (1):
git-name-rev: don't use printf without format
Stephan Beyer (1):
Steve Haslam (1):
Propagate -u/--upload-pack option of "git clone" to transport.
* The 'master' branch has these since the last announcement
in addition to the above.
Abhijit Menon-Sen (4):
Git.pm: localise $? in command_close_bidi_pipe()
Fix hash slice syntax error
Fix typo in perl/Git.pm
Fix typos in INSTALL
Anders Melchiorsen (2):
Flush output in start_async
Add output flushing before fork()
Avery Pennarun (2):
Teach "git diff -p" Pascal/Delphi funcname pattern
git-svn: Abort with an error if 'fetch' parameter is invalid.
Brandon Casey (1):
Teach fsck and prune that tmp_obj_ file names may not be 14 bytes long
David D. Kilzer (1):
Fix race condition in t9119-git-svn-info.sh
Dmitry Potapov (1):
correct access right for git-svn-dcommit test
Eric Wong (2):
git-svn: properly set path for "info" command
t9119: conditionally re-enable test depending on svn(1) version
Giuseppe Bilotta (2):
diff: add ruby funcname pattern
diff: chapter and part in funcname for tex
Johannes Schindelin (2):
clone: Add an option to set up a mirror
clone --bare: Add ".git" suffix to the directory name to clone into
Jon Jensen (1):
Fix reference to Everyday Git, which is an HTML document and not a man
Lee Marlow (11):
bash completion: remove unused function _git_diff_tree
bash completion: Add more long options for 'git log'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git grep'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git clone'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git clean'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git init'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git revert'
bash completion: More completions for 'git stash'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git archive'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git ls-files'
bash completion: Add completion for 'git mv'
Mike Ralphson (1):
Documentation: typos / spelling fixes
Steffen Prohaska (1):
Modify mingw_main() workaround to avoid link errors
Steven Grimm (1):
Optimize sha1_object_info for loose objects, not concurrent repacks
On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 9:46 AM, Pandita, Vikram <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi GIT users
> I want to use GIT for my team for distributed development.
> The team members are working at different sites.
> Would appreciate help on following:
> 1) Could you point me to some document/example for doing so? This should be very common scenario I assume.
> From: Christian MICHON [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2008 1:59 PM
> On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 9:46 AM, Pandita, Vikram <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Hi GIT users
> > I want to use GIT for my team for distributed development.
> > The team members are working at different sites.
> > Would appreciate help on following:
> > 1) Could you point me to some document/example for doing so? This should be very common scenario I
> Please read http://book.git-scm.com/3_distributed_workflows.html