andy at openmoko.com
Mon Nov 3 01:56:24 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Andy Green wrote:
|> Same reason... you're peeling off the patches that fix those issues.
| Hmm, when I pulled some of the changes last week, I could build
| just fine. Now when I go back to the same changes, they need
| fixes they didn't need before ?
Yeah because what those patches are patching has changed.
|> | Furthermore, the dates look wrong. E.g., ar6k-essid-one-and-32.patch
|> | was added around September 16, but commit
|> | d41035e9ef253ddd2e9d2c59b550fdfab1719d0a says November 1.
|> Same reason...
| So git doesn't keep the timestamps with the changes ? That's
| weird. How does one set the timestamps then ? I shouldn't be
The timestamps are reset when I rebase them.
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