[Bioc-devel] Using Git with Bioconductor SVN repositories
dtenenba at fredhutch.org
Mon Apr 11 22:59:09 CEST 2016
>From your git log excerpt it looks like there has been some non-linear commit history. svn does not like this.
You may need to follow the instructions here:
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Maarten van Iterson" <mviterson at gmail.com>
> To: "bioc-devel" <bioc-devel at r-project.org>
> Sent: Friday, April 8, 2016 11:26:16 PM
> Subject: [Bioc-devel] Using Git with Bioconductor SVN repositories
> Dear all,
> I'm struggling with using git and the Bioconductor SVN repo of my packages.
> For example, I have a package in devel (bacon) and managed to push changes
> to the svn/trunk of my package using the steps described at:
> following scenario 2, but after
> git checkout master
> git merge devel
> the decorate output of git log is:
> * e8e3752 - (HEAD, master) Merge branch 'devel' (22 seconds ago)
>| * fe340af - (git-svn-devel, devel) fix bug meta-analysis and add trimming
> of test-statistics (in the future) <m.iterson>
> * | 73921c7 - (origin/master, origin/HEAD) fix bug meta-analysis and add
> trimming of test-statistics (15 minutes ago) <mvaniterson>
> * 693fdba - (bioc/master) add ggplot versions of hist and qq add topTable
> function and updating vignette (2 weeks ago) <m.iterson>
> * fc2436f - update markdown file (2 weeks ago) <m.iterson>
> * 52a7818 - add ggplot versions of hist and qq add topTable function and
> updating vignette (2 weeks ago) <m.iterson>
> * 92ed414 - fix typo and add URL and BugReports to DESCR. (2 weeks ago)
> * b45332b - Adding doppelgangR, EpiCluster, PCAN, bacon, SwathXtend (3
> weeks ago) <mtmorgan at fhcrc.org>
> whereas I expect every branch should be in sync.
> The state of my fork is: 1 commit ahead, 1 commit behind
> Bioconductor-mirror:master. What should I do at this point?
> If followed this scenario before and commit to git and push to GitHub as
> normally but ended up in a state that I only could solve by removing my
> fork from github and start all over again.
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