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    SubjectRe: Here's a unified kernel git repo covering 0.0.1 to the present.
    On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 10:45:57PM -0500, Rob Landley wrote:
    > Ever done a "git annotate" that stops at 2.6.12-rc2, and wanted to see
    > the full history? Here's an repository that goes all the way back to
    > 0.0.1 (through bitkeeper and all those old tarballs), which otherwise
    > works as normal (git pull updates it from Linus's tree, you can commit
    > to it and branch from it, etc)
    > Here's the tarball:
    > To install it:
    > 1) Download, extract, cd into the directory.
    > 2) git checkout -f
    > 3) git pull

    Note if you use git-replace instead of grafts then you should be able to
    post it as a normal clone-able git tree.


    > Then use as normal.
    > This is based on the work of with some
    > trivial cleanups.
    > Rob
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