Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] Fix bug in GSM MAP, have problems with GIT
From: Graham Bloice <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 22:01:55 +0000
On 11 March 2014 17:59, Evan Huus <[email protected]> wrote:
On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 1:18 PM, Christopher Maynard
<[email protected]> wrote:
> Graham Bloice <[email protected]> writes:
>> On 11 March 2014 16:41, Anders Broman
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
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> Behalf Of Evan Huus
>> Sent: den 11 mars 2014 17:26
>> To: Developer support list for Wireshark
>> Subject: Re: [Wireshark-dev] Fix bug in GSM MAP, have problems with GIT
>> On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 12:05 PM, Christopher Maynard <Christopher.Maynard
> <at> gtech.com> wrote:
>> >> Evan Huus <eapache <at> ...> writes:
>> >>
>> >> I've been particularly busy of late, so I haven't had any real time to
>> >> look into git or gerrit yet, and I'm probably not going to have any
>> >> time to do so for a few more weeks at least.  There are probably
>> >> around 200 posts to wireshark-dev about git and gerrit, many with
>> >> tidbits of helpful information, but nothing really consolidated.
>> >>
>> >> Being a complete git+gerrit newb, I also would really appreciate a
>> >> wiki page with consolidated information for all of the common work
>> >> flows that a normal developer as well as a core developer might use.
>> >> I assume http://wiki.wireshark.org/Development/Workflow would be the
>> >> place for it, and when I finally get going, that's where I hope to start.
>> >
>> >I've left that as a kind of overview-discussion of the git migration, and
> added
>> >
>> >http://wiki.wireshark.org/Development/SubmittingPatches
>> >
>> >as a very bare-bones tutorial. Hopefully others will expand it as necessary.
> If possible, add some information/basic steps on a few more topics as well?
>  For example:
> 1) How do you undo a commit, or undo part of a commit?
> 2) How do you apply someone else's patch for testing before committing?
> 3) How to backport to other trunks?
> 4) How do you know if someone has a fix or not?  With subversion, they'd
> indicate they're running svn r51234, for example, and then you could tell
> them that they need to update to at least r52345.  With git, how does this
> work with hashes?

I've tried to answer a few of these with a new revision of the page.

>> If someone could add how to do it on Windows that would be good to
>> I shall try this evening.
> Thanks.  I too develop on Windows primarily.

It should be nearly identical - git and git-review are both fully
cross-platform AFAIK.

This is based purely on what I did to get up and running, not quite finished yet, and it is very PowerShell oriented (because that is the one true way forward!).  Feel free to hack it about.