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SubjectRe: Updated git HOWTO for kernel hackers
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005, Jeff Garzik wrote:

> 5) check in your own modifications (e.g. do some hacking, or apply a patch)
> # go to repo
> $ cd linux-2.6
> # make some modifications
> $ patch -sp1 < /tmp/my.patch
> $ diffstat -p1 < /tmp/my.patch
> # NOTE: add '--add' and/or '--remove' if files were added or removed
> $ git-update-cache <list of all files changed>

There's actually "git add" for when you add a file (if you're actually
developing with git, rather than just applying patching with it). No
script, so far as I can tell, for removing a file, though.

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