Convert PCF50606 to pure I2C device
andy at openmoko.com
Sun Oct 5 16:29:55 CEST 2008
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Jan Luebbe wrote:
> On Sun, 2008-10-05 at 10:23 +0100, Andy Green wrote:
>> I wrote a pretty comprehensive dump of my stgit and git "knowledge" some
>> months ago, although I still feel I don't know a lot about git I have
>> since found the data in here is about 90% of what you need to do a
>> really great job working with an upstream and branches and rebasing
>> really easily (allowing that you still have to resolve most conflicts
>> manually anyway).
> Maybe we should use topgit instead of stgit:
>>From the README:
> TopGit aims to make handling of large amount of interdependent topic
Thanks for the pointer, it's good to know there's something to look at
if stgit starts getting cramped.
I'm using stgit as a purely local patch stack thing, it's always just
git in the repo. So nobody has to use stgit, nor will it get in their
way if they don't want to: it's just I found it a really empowering way.
If anyone tries topgit I'm sure I won't be the only person interested to
read how they got on, it's true that stgit takes a dump on the branch
history every time you perform stack operations.
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