How to build an old version of LibO
lohmaier at googlemail.com
Wed Apr 30 05:15:33 PDT 2014
Hi Laurent, *,
On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 1:51 PM, Laurent BP <jumbo4444 at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> I've trouble with git. I'd like to build a version of LibO 4-2 (~ October
> I switched to my local branch of libreoffice-4-2 (git checkout
> libreoffice-4-2) then launched gitk, selected the commit where I want to
> come back, right clicked > Reinit libreoffice-4-2 branch to this state,
> selected "hard" reinitialisation.
Hmm. I wouldn't do that (as I don't know what that would do), instead I'd do a
git checkout -b myoldlibreofficebranch whatevergitcommityoupicked
That should do the trick.
> Then I made a "make" but the build version
> is a fresh 4.3 master :(
> make distclean and restart the process did not change anything.
> Where did I make a mistake?
No idea what gitk does when using those commands, so best is to look
what your git thinks it is working with (like Björn mentioned).
btw: 22.214.171.124 in your signature: Really using that version? If so: why? :-)
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