For working in git lately I've been using the latest eGit. Functionality has been increasing week over week, so I just use their latest nightly:
Git in e4
We have a place in e4 for git repositories.
A repo then follows our standard subdir convention:
We build our git repos still using map files, checked into CVS in the /cvsroot/eclipse e4/releng module.
Submitting for a build
We have 2 scripts used for submitting for the build. One to update the map files, and one to generate the submission report for our mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org
git-map.sh is used to update the map files.
git-submission.sh is used to generate a build submission report.
Note: We have a policy that all commits have the associated bug number. Usually our format is:
Bug <number> - <bug title>
and then any specific comments after the title or on the next line. It's important that we only list 1 bug # per line, and at the beginning of the line. A line with "bug #" or "Bug #" without the title is also acceptable.
When ready to submit deeplinking for the build, you have to submit 2 repos, org.eclipse.e4.deeplink and org.eclipse.e4.utils. For each repo:
- cd into the repo (make sure it's up to date, you're on the master branch, etc)
- tag the repo: git tag v20101022-1030 # we use vDATE-TIME as our tag
- make sure you push the tag back to the public repo
- run the script (see example below)
- You'll have to execute the script for each subdiretory: bundles, examples, features, tests.
- Repeat the steps for the second repo.
- Then refresh your workspace and commit.
$ /bin/bash git-map.sh v20101022-1030 /opt/pwebster/workspaces/e4/releng/org.eclipse.e4.deeplink.releng/maps/deeplink.map bundles
Then when done you can generate your build submission report for the e4-dev list:
$ /bin/bash git-submission.sh >report.txt