great work guys!
it's thanks to cradek's hard work
EMC: 03jepler 07master * re0770bb045a6 10/configs/.gitignore: ignore var files and their backups
kind of hard to believe, we've debated about it for so long.
EMC: 03jepler 07master * r0b5a7110f074 10/configs/ (39 files in 39 dirs): simplify gitignores
"Where's the Kaboom? There was supposed to be an Earth-shattering Kaboom!"
yeah, it just works, doesn't it
I noticed that too :-)
(in other news, I can't actually find a picture of marvin the martian with that captioned onto it :( )
that's hard to believe
cradek: you just know how to 'git-R-done' - thanks :)
hmm, this is interesting
a german guy (gtom - was a few times in here too) reports that adding Shadowbios=off to the [Display] section of xorg.conf resolves lots of RT related problems, even for onboard video
alex_joni: I don't see a [Display] section for xorg.conf on 8.04
oh, it is a subsection, I finally found it on the man page
a subsection of [Screen]
;/ I ran configure and make on my emc2-dev and now I have a zillion unstaged changes. I think I should have not done that...
they are all in src/
did I screw up gitignores for rt systems? It's entirely possible
what is one of the filenames?
they are mostly .o and .ko and some others src/encoder.o
I did a RIP
everything is in /src
perhaps an undocumented feature :)
no, I screwed up the .gitignore files
let me figure it out..
EMC: 03jepler 07master * r73bda039c8be 10/ (36 files in 36 dirs): clean up ignores some more
pull that change; I think it'll solve your problem
jepler: works like a champ now :)
I'd forgotten to push one of the changes I did yesterday :(
* BigJohnT hears the breakfast call
fwiw, rm -r unwanted-directory, then git commit -a, does do what you want. you don't have to do any special work to remove things.
* jepler wonders what whole directories cradek is removing
I'm trying to copy my emc2-dev to my usb stick and I get "error while copying libemcini.so error making symbolic link: Operation not permitted"
as well as many more similar errors...
can I do a git clone from my JET-HARDY computer to my PLASMA computer on my home network?
the usb stick is probably formatted for windows
they don't support symlinks
I would guess so
tar cvf emc-dev.tar emc-dev, then copy emc2-dev.tar to the stick
then tar xvf /path/to/emc-dev.tar on the other system
do that from the emc2-dev directory?
no, from the level above it
or use tar cvzf emc-dev.tar.gz emc-dev
that also compresses it using gzip (the z part)
(similarly you need to xvzf for decompressing)
cool, I tarred my git
YEA! git pull works on the plasma machine :)
* BigJohnT reads the tar manpage
* alex_joni wonders..
if one moves a checked-out git to a new machine
does pull still work even if the private key isn't on that machine?
I already had my private key on the plasma machine
alex_joni: if you switch the origin url to git:// I bet it will work
EMC: 03bjt128 07master * rcb0f0c971ae7 10/docs/src/config/ini_config.lyx: Add LATHE=1 to Display Section
EMC: 03bjt128 07master * r619a638b5d2a 10/docs/src/Master_Integrator.lyx: LYX 1.5.3 Updated
* BigJohnT watches build bot now :)
hmmm, it didn't trigger a build on the buildbot...
I bet the buildbot doesn't know about git yet.
BigJohnT: the buildbot will require attention from seb before it works again
EMC: 03bjt128 07master * ra9bfbb112fc0 10/docs/src/hal/rtcomps.lyx: Fix Typo in Stepgen
EMC: 03bjt128 07master * r2429fe05ab2a 10/docs/src/Master_Integrator.lyx: LYX induced change
EMC: 03bjt128 07master * rf57dbc1722b3 10/docs/src/config/lathe_config.lyx: Lathe Ini Setup added