[PD] pd + git
batyrshin at ieml.ru
Wed Jun 17 09:06:38 CEST 2009
On Tue, 16 Jun 2009 14:02:42 -0300
cristiano figueiró wrote:
> exactly, well...i can acces every commit in text format, then save as
> othername.pd and then open pd..anyone maintain pd patches repos in
As far as I know, you can not access files from two commits
simultaneously in git.
If you need that you can clone your git repository and checkout older
commits in the second one while working on the mainline.
However, I think, this way becomes awkward if you need accessing files
from three and more commits simultaneously because you need to store
several repos, yet it does not use extra disk space when working
> >>> Can i acces directly in pd my older revisions? I'm doing in the
> >>> wrong way i think, i pickup some commit id and save with another
> >>> name and than open pd :p
> >> hmm, i'm not sure whether i fully understand your question.
> >> do you mean like in svn, where you can open both mypatch.pd and
> >> .svn/text-base/mypatch.pd.svn-base ?
> >> i don't think this is possible with git, as it stores the
> >> meta-data in a binary compressed format. (but then i don't use git)
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