git migration scheduled for 11 March 2014
mcote at mozilla.com
Mon Feb 24 18:48:45 UTC 2014
Also, if you go to the "log" link beside the branch names under "heads"
and then scroll to the bottom, there are Atom and RSS links. When we
start mirroring to github, you'll be able to subscribe there as well.
On 2/21/2014, 5:25 PM, Stephanie Daugherty wrote:
> to answer the first part,
> https://git.mozilla.org/?p=bugzilla/bugzilla.git;a=summary then look down
> to see "heads"
> Each of these are either branches or tags.
> You can switch easily between branches on the same repository with git
> checkout - the workflows are very similar to bzr but you'll notice
> branching (and jumps between branches) will probably be much faster since
> git was designed around making branching as fast as possible to support
> topic branches.
> There are some great (and short!) video tutorials at
> http://git-scm.com/also that should help you understand things and get
> up to speed quickly.
> On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 4:56 PM, Cédric Corazza <cedric.corazza at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> I'm a Bugzilla localizer. I used to follow templates modifications for
>> every active branch on http://bzr.mozilla.org/bugzilla subscribing to
>> atom feed for each branch and having English separate repositories for each
>> branch to run tests (t/).
>> I don't know git (yet), but consulting the link you gave
>> https://git.mozilla.org, I'm neither able to see where the code for the
>> different branches resides nor how to get warned about modification on
>> Is there a mozilla wiki page or some other documentation you can lead me
>> to to get similar behaviour with git?
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