GIT repo with trunk code

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This page provides documentation for the successful usage of Scribus Git repositories for Scribus development.
After this set of commands you will have your own branch in local folder and in scribus.git repository but based on current trunk.git repository image.

Initialisation of local GIT repo:

#git init

Add scribus.git as remote repo:

#git remote add -f origin

Creating local branch:

#git branch --track my_branch origin/master
#git checkout my_branch

Add trunk.git as second remote repo:

#git remote add -f -m master trunk git://

Pull from trunk (svn branch is in sync):

#git pull trunk svn

After any local changes and committing push them to remote branch:

#git push my_branch origin

You should pull changes from trunk often to keep your repo in sync. Be careful to not push your changes to repos which are not in sync with trunk and available for others for push (eg. origin/master).

Creating new remote branch

First you should create new local branch. You must be in your local repo directory.

#git checkout -b new_branch

Next you must push new branch into remote repo:

#git push -u origin new_branch

After pull/fetch from trunk

Sometimes after merging current state of trunk into my local repo diff starts to show some files which I not touch. In that case helps this command applied for problematic files (or with * in problematic directory - be careful with your changes as you can lost them!):

#git checkout trunk/master -- path/file

Deleting branches

To deleting remote branch:

#git push origin :branch2delete

To deleting local branch:

#git branch -d branch2delete

Update list of remotes branches

If someone delete its own branch on remote repo, then only his local repo knows about it. Others should in that case update their branches list by command:

#git remote prune origin