klein.t3 at mfc-linz.at
Tue Mar 15 11:00:20 CET 2011
> > git pull
> > git checkout master
> > git fetch git://git.typo3.org/TYPO3v4/Core refs/changes/70/1170/1 && git
> > checkout FETCH_HEAD
> > git checkout -b rfc/master/17935
> Notice the difference with previous SVN testing?
For me there's actually a big improvement in the testing workflow.
While having SVN I had to save a patch from the list to my local machine, upload it to the test-server, apply it there, ...
Now I'm logged in on the test-server and just use the git command to get a change into my source.
(Btw: you don't need the last line, if you're only going to test a patch.)
> I personally manage to test patches and creating new ones quite well with
> TortoiseGit (still struggling a bit with cherry-picking, rebasing and other
> things, but I'm sure Peter will come to the rescue in the near future).
I can highly recommend TortoiseGIT, see http://wiki.typo3.org/wiki/index.php?title=Contribution_Walkthrough_with_TortoiseGit
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