|Re: [jgit-dev] A tool I made using JGit|
As I said in the thread there, if there are things I can do to make accepting this work easier, I'll be happy to do it, but I can't promise how quickly I'll be able to do it. First time gerrit-er, and looking forward to it!Ned TwiggLead Software Architect, DiffPlug LLC949-264-3433340 S Lemon Ave #3433, Walnut, CA 91789On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 12:14 PM, Jonathan Nieder <jrn@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Cool.Yes, I'd love to see your changes at https://git.eclipse.org/r/ (not least because this would presumably give us a chance to add some tests to make sure the JGit APIs you use keep working well).If you'd like any help getting set up to push to there, let me know. (CONTRIBUTING.md has a short set of instructions, probably a little too short ;-).)Thanks,JonathanLe jeu. 30 juil. 2015 à 10:41, Ned Twigg <ned.twigg@xxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :Hello JGit devs! Thanks a ton for JGit, it's really fantastic._______________________________________________I wanted to share a tool I made using a very small fork of JGit. I filled in some of the missing commands in jgit.pgm (cherry-pick, clean, rebase, revert, update-ref) and made some small changes in a few other places.Some of the changes are kinda low-quality. I'm using this fork for a new git client I've launched on Kickstarter, so I took some shortcuts since I knew it was only being used in that one application.I'm pretty swamped at the moment, but if there's anyone else using the pgm part of JGit, I'd like to clean them up and contribute them upstream.If you happen to be curious about the workflow I use to maintain my fork, I made a short video that shows how I keep my JGit up to date.
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