Re: Question about git
- From: Behdad Esfahbod <behdad behdad org>
- To: Simos Xenitellis <simos lists googlemail com>
- Cc: Gnome i18n <gnome-i18n gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Question about git
- Date: Mon, 04 May 2009 19:33:31 -0400
On 05/04/2009 07:07 PM, Simos Xenitellis wrote:
On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 11:10 PM, Gil Forcada<gforcada gnome org> wrote:
El dl 04 de 05 de 2009 a les 23:00 +0200, en/na Milo Casagrande va
here I come again with silly question about git. :)
I did look at the documentation, but didn't find an answer so maybe some
more involved git user could tell me if it's possible or not.
Is it possible to merge a single file from two different branches?
Say I commit a translation in gnome-2-26 and I want to port the same
translation to master, do I have to do it "manually" (as I'm doing it
By "manually" I intend: switch to the other branch and re-copy again the
same po file.
/me wants to know this also, anyone?
There was a discussion on this recently on gnome-infrastructure,
One (slightly difficult) way is to use 'git cherry-pick', as described at
There are two ways to do this. The easiest is what Shaun describes at
1. First make the change in the branch (such as gnome-2-26) and commit it.
2. Then, move back to 'master', which is done with
$ git checkout master
Switched to branch "master"
3. Finally, merge the commit from the branch onto the master
$ git merge gnome-2-26
po/el.po | 2 --
1 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
The job is done, you can now push so that both the branch and 'master'
get to git.gnome.org ;-).
This assumes that the branch is merged into master otherwise. I strongly
suggest cherry-pick instead of merge.
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