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SubjectRe: Please pull logfs tree
On Sat, 6 March 2010 13:26:46 -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> On Sat, 6 Mar 2010, Jörn Engel wrote:
> >
> > 1) pull git://
> > and apply the patch at the bottom yourself.
> Not quite - it needs to be applied while merging, rather than applied
> separately. It's a conflict, even though it's not a data-conflict, but a
> semantic one.
> But that's trivial enough. "git pull --no-commit" + fixup + "git commit"
> is trivially done, now that I was fore-warned. Thanks.
> > 2) pull git://
> > A tree with the patch applied that won't work standalone but will work
> > after being pulled into your tree (tested locally).
> No, that's horrible. Unbisectable. Not that anybody probably cares in this
> case, but it's fundamentally wrong to merge something that doesn't work
> before the merge.
> > 3) pull git://
> > A tree that merged your tree and the logfs tree, then has the patch
> > applied. Works standalone but has an additional merge commit.
> That's ok, but I already did the trivial merge, which actually had another
> conflict too (which showed up as a real data conflict on the Kconfig
> file).

Ok, learned something new again. Thank you for doing the trivial merge
that would have taken me days to figure out. :)


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not tried it.
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