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Master O
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Re: [Q] Best practices for using GIT to *just* compile new builds.
10/23/14 11:20 PM


> Want to ensure I've got the workflow going properly for just pulling and compiling
> daily builds and spell it out for folks who may be transitioning:
>
> Setup: Download and install GIT cmd line client from: http://www.git-scm.com/
>
> 1. git clone https://github.com/mamedev/mame.git c:\myMAME
> 2. cd /d c:\myMAME
> 3. git pull
>
> Repeat step 2 and 3 daily and compile from c:\myMAME
>
> ---
> Functionally, if I'm not making any changes and just compiling from the latest
> checkins, is this appropriate? Would 'git fetch' be better or am I ok with the 'git
> pull'.
>
> Second, building a release:
> 1. git clone -b mame0155 https://github.com/mamedev/mame.git c:\myMAME_Release
> 2. Compile from c:\myMAME_Release

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* [Q] Best practices for using GIT to *just* compile new builds. John IV 10/23/14 08:36 PM
. * Re: [Q] Best practices for using GIT to *just* compile new builds. Master O  10/23/14 11:20 PM
. * Re: [Q] Best practices for using GIT to *just* compile new builds. Olivier Galibert  10/23/14 08:49 PM
. * Re: [Q] Best practices for using GIT to *just* compile new builds. John IV  10/24/14 09:28 PM
. * Re: [Q] Best practices for using GIT to *just* compile new builds. R. Belmont  10/24/14 10:02 PM
. * Re: [Q] Best practices for using GIT to *just* compile new builds. TafoidAdministrator  10/24/14 09:31 PM

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