Trinity Desktop Environment Packaging
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README.GIT

============================================================ DOCUMENTATION =======================================================

GIT tutorial on github:
http://schacon.github.com/git/gittutorial.html

GIT "cheat sheet"
http://jonas.nitro.dk/git/quick-reference.html

GIT for those who are used to centralized SCMs:
http://media.pragprog.com/titles/tsgit/chap-005-extract.html

TDE GIT documentation:
https://wiki.trinitydesktop.org/Project_GIT_Information

================================================================ HOWTO ===========================================================

To get a copy of the repo:
git clone http://your-username@scm.trinitydesktop.org/scm/git/<repository name>

To exclude items:
Create a file '.gitignore'

To add to the git repository (easiest and most efficient way):
git add .
(this will add everything in the folder (excluding stuff from .gitignore). It is intentionally a period because * will make git stop on already committed files.)

To commit to the git repository (this does not send to the remote server!):
git commit -a
(no need to do any git mv or git rm or any of that with the -a option.)

To pull recent commits from the remote git repository:
git pull
(do this before pushing so that you don't collide with other's commits.)

To push to the remote git repository:
git push origin master
(the 'origin master' part is optional after the first time.)

To branch (be careful! This is different from SVN.):
git branch <name>
(don't know what branch you're on? run "git branch" to see and list.)

To switch branches:
git checkout <branch name>

To tag a commit (like for releasing a tarball):
git tag -a <version> -m <message>
(ps: this will make webgit generate a tarball with this tag.
easy releases anyone?)

To tag a commit WITH GPG verification (secure release anyone?):
git tag -s <version> -m <message>



================================================================= NOTE ============================================================
GIT cannot store empty directories due to a intentional design limitation.

Therefore, this command should be run prior to any commits to ensure your empty directories stick around:

find . -type d -empty -exec touch {}/.gitignore \;

This will add a .gitignore to every empty directory.

================================================================ WORKFLOW ==========================================================


git clone http://your-username@scm.trinitydesktop.org/scm/git/<repository>

<make your changes, test, etc>

cd <repository checkout directory>
find . -type d -empty -exec touch {}/.gitignore \;
git add .
git commit -a
git pull
git push