[poppler] Anything wrong in git?
cloos at jhcloos.com
Tue Feb 12 21:29:07 PST 2013
>>>>> "AAC" == Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org> writes:
>> It is in refs, so it is a branch. On annarchy:
>> :; cd /git/poppler/poppler.git/
>> :; git branch -a
AAC> Not sure I follow, of course origin/master is a branch it's our master branch,
AAC> i'm not asking that, i'm asking what the "origin/master" gray box in
AAC> http://cgit.freedesktop.org/poppler/poppler/log/ is
AAC> Because the "real" origin/master branch is represented by the
AAC> "master" green box, so what is the "origin/master" grey one?
Both are branches. The remotes/origin/master on annarchy is not in any
way related to the remotes/origin/master branch on any clone thereof.
Normally, on a "root" repo like the ones on git.fd.o, there wouldn't
be a remotes tree. Some might say shouldn't. For instance, the
poppler-data.git repo does not have refs/remotes.
I'm not in the poppler group, so cannot fix it, but if you log in to
annarchy and run:
:; rm -frv /git/poppler/poppler.git/refs/remotes
:; $EDITOR /git/poppler/poppler.git/packed-refs
and remove every line with /remotes/ in it, you will have fixed it.
While there you also might want to do another:
:; git gc --aggressive; git update-server-info
in each of the /git/poppler/*.git directories.
It probably is a good idea to do that after doing any other maintenance.
James Cloos <cloos at jhcloos.com> OpenPGP: 1024D/ED7DAEA6
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