|Re: is git.auto.fetch implemented at all? [message #1438136 is a reply to message #1236869]
||Sun, 05 October 2014 15:16
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
What is the status of this?
I appear to need to delete my Hudson Workspace to get a GIT 'refresh'.
Searching comes up with this correspondence.
On my Hudson HIPP I appear to have only the choice of Buckminster 4.2 so
perhaps 4.3 or 4.4 may have already fixed it.
But when I look at
I see that the current version of Buckminster is 2.0.0 perhaps released
18 months ago but if so without a release review. No plans for further
I'm really confused. What is the best Buckminster version and does it
fix the GIT refresh problem?
On 28/01/2014 09:06, Lorenzo Bettini wrote:
> On 20/01/2014 14:04, Thomas Hallgren wrote:
>> On 2014-01-02 19:21, Lorenzo Bettini wrote:
>>> Is git.auto.fetch considered during materialization?
>> Not really. That functionality was written as part of the first
>> incarnation of the git support feature. I didn't know enough about git
>> to do a proper evaluation for a requirement spec. My current
>> recommendation would be to not use it. If someone has the time to look
>> into how this should be implemented properly, then I'd be very
>> interested in reviewing a patch. One thing that comes to mind
>> immediately is that the auto.fetch should be called auto.pull (since
>> that's what it was intended as).
> OK, I'll submit a bug and see whether I can come up with something :)
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