[Bioc-devel] Confusion with how to maintain release/devel files on local computer.
becker.gabe at gene.com
Wed Nov 1 21:42:23 CET 2017
Not on the Bioc team per se, but I would say only have a checkout of the
release branch when you need it, ie a bug is reported, you have fixed it in
devel, and you are ready to push the very narrow bugfix to release. I only
keep "master" checkouts of my packages on a permanent basis.
You generally shouldn't need a checkout of release, imho, because no
development should be happening there with exception of the case above.
Hope that helps,
On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 1:36 PM, Arman Shahrisa <shahrisa.arman at hotmail.com>
> I’m confused with development process.
> At first, I need to have a folder with accepted packaged. Then I need to
> origion RELEASE_3_6?
> Then in another folder, I need to pull origion master?
> So that by opening each folder, I know what I’m editing.
> Also during push, I need to be careful about where I’m pushing changes.
> Origion is bioc’s git address of my package whereas master is the package
> directory in GitHub?
> Am I getting it correct?
> Is there anywhere that contains whole the process and codes in steps?
> Best regards,
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Gabriel Becker, Ph.D
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
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