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SubjectRe: GIT and the current -stable
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On Apr 14, 2007, at 4:34 AM, Chris Wright wrote:

> I've already put a tree like this up on kernel.org. The master branch
> is Linus' tree, and there's branches for each of the stable releases
> called linux-2.6.[12-20].y (I didn't add 2.6.11.y).
>
> http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-2.6-
> stable.git;a=summary

Is HEAD for that repo the most recent stable branch, or (as gitweb
makes it look) Linus's head. I'd expect a "-stable" repo to point at
the most recent stable commit, not the most recent development
commit. And I'd also expect gitweb's summary page to show the
shortlog for HEAd. One of my assumptions are being broken and I
don't like it. It leaves me all confused...

(I'd just clone your repo and look for myself, but I'm still pulling
Linus's tree for the first time and I don't have a fast connection.)

~~ Brian
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