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Allow pinning of repo and branch for testing #100

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Toshbrown commented Sep 25, 2017

When working on databox it is likely that your changes will be in several repos. So when submitting a PR for the tests to pass you will need to pin those components.

Set up your working tree then use the ./databox-pin command to pin your repos (or you can edit the databox-components file directly).

eg ./databox-pin ./core-container-manager

will pin the container-manager to its current repo and branch by updating databox-components.

Once the PR has passed its test and been merged, the components should be pinned back to the repos owned by the me-box team.

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Looks basically ok though lots of spurious whitespace to clean up, and I'm not quite convinced this will work well for non-Travis workflow. But ok for now. Merging...

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mor1 commented Sep 27, 2017

Looks basically ok though lots of spurious whitespace to clean up, and I'm not quite convinced this will work well for non-Travis workflow. But ok for now. Merging...

@mor1 mor1 merged commit a62ed32 into master Sep 27, 2017

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