[PATCH] fdo#42135: Appending a library functionality in Macro Programming missing or misdocumented

Petr Mladek pmladek at suse.cz
Fri Oct 26 07:48:26 PDT 2012


the patch looked fine. I wanted to push it but I did not succeeded :-(

Either my repo is broken or the steps described at
are wrong. Well, the line:

--- cut ---
   push things using ./g push ./g push origin <my_branch>:maste
--- cut ---

sounds really strange. IMHO, ./g push ./g push is a non-sense.

So, I tried just the second part and got the following error:

--- cut ---
$> ./g push origin moje:master
Entering 'dictionaries'
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.
Stopping at 'dictionaries'; script returned non-zero status.
--- cut ---

I have the following branches:

--- cut ---
$> ./g branch
* master
Entering 'dictionaries'
* (no branch)
Entering 'helpcontent2'
* moje
Entering 'translations'
* (no branch)
--- cut ---

Note that I deleted "dictionaries" and ran "./download" to restore it. I
have no idea why it is in "no branch" after this operation.

I am trying to do clean clone and will try to follow the instructions at
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development/Submodules more

Best Regards,

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