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check and exclude the private and checkout files for gitcc update #40

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hanjie0 opened this Issue Mar 7, 2014 · 1 comment

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hanjie0 commented Mar 7, 2014

in gitcc update
cc_exec(['update', '.'], errors=False)
sync.main()
git_exec(['add', '.'])
git_exec(['commit', '-m', message])
reset.main('HEAD')

But I think here the following command should be run
cleartool lsco
cleartool lsprivate
And the results should be excluded for "git add" operation, right?

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charleso Mar 7, 2014

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Hi hanjie0,

Quite possibly. The update command was a quick hack written just to get someone started if gitcc rebase didn't work. Where I worked we didn't have private files so it wasn't so much of an issue.

Feel free to modify it to suit your needs. I haven't used git-cc in over 4 years.

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charleso commented Mar 7, 2014

Hi hanjie0,

Quite possibly. The update command was a quick hack written just to get someone started if gitcc rebase didn't work. Where I worked we didn't have private files so it wasn't so much of an issue.

Feel free to modify it to suit your needs. I haven't used git-cc in over 4 years.

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