On Fri, Aug 03, 2012 at 01:17:38AM +0200, Federico Bruni wrote:
> Previously the doc contained complex git commands but there were
> full instructions for both developers and translators. Now (new)
> translators are missing some information.
> I think that all translators should know is these two commands:
> git branch --track translation origin/translation
> git checkout translation
I agree with this.
> On a side note, 'git clone' sees _all_ the remote branches.
> I think that it would be nice to say also how to clean all the
> remote branches that one will never use. You may say it's a nitpick,
> yes it is :-) but 'git branch -a' is a bit messy.
No. This is *precisely* why the instructions were changed. Just
and you'll only see a "clean" list of branches that you use.
We're really trying to encourage developers to use branches, and
git is intended to have branches, so don't try to break this.