[op25-dev] boatbod - github - NO issues link??? Bug report...

Graham Norbury gnorbury at bondcar.com
Wed Jan 23 17:17:36 UTC 2019

When you fork the nice thing is that you can then "git pull upstream" 
and changes will automatically merge down unless there is a conflict.


On 1/23/19 11:17 AM, op25 at zellners.com wrote:
> Quoting iain macdonnell - N6ML <ar at dseven.org>:
>> If you still have your local clone from before, and haven't made any
>> (conflicting) changes, you can just 'cd' there and do 'git pull', then
>> './install.sh'.
>> Otherwise you could make a completely new clone, but if you added any
>> config files inside the old one, you'd have to copy them over to the
>> new one.
> I no changes, but yeah, I figured the configs would need to be backed 
> up, as well as the log(s)... I keep the logs for analysis purposes... :)
> We'll see if I get this far today in the lab.
> Future , I will probably have to fork, and then figure out how to 
> merge down changes to my fork as I need to make some changes in 
> places, add some things in a couple areas for my specific needs, which 
> appear to be already rejected upstream.
> git and compiling not my thing... I just updated my python stuff, and 
> restart. :) No compilers needed. :) ;)
> Thanks.

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