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8 check-ins by user nick.lloyd

2016-10-08
14:06
[b2e0fda9] Closed-Leaf: Fix a regression introduced in [69668f8c57] that broke export of tags. (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)
13:42
[880e3fb5] Add missing arguments to Git->Fossil import example. (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)
2016-09-29
17:46
[e8775afe] Add information to inout.wiki about bidirectional synchronization with Git repos. (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)
17:35
[2cd0ee63] Remove comment from inout.wiki about having to merge trunk into master after importing from Git repo.    This is no longer true. Fossil automatically converts references to master into trunk when importing, and vice versa when exporting. (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)
2016-09-21
19:05
[69668f8c] Fix a problem that can occasionally occur with repeated syncs to/from a git repository, where a fossil-generated mark clashes with a mark previously generated by git, causing the sync to fail. (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)
16:06
[85a0ada6] Merge in latest from trunk (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)
2016-05-14
21:41
[c26213be] Add --import-marks and --export-marks options to 'fossil import' subcommand.    This allows one to save all git-generated marks following an import. Previously, performing an incremental import from git resulted in new commits being imported as orphans, and trying to perform an export to git at some later time resulted in git complaining of undefined marks. To remedy this, the format of the marks file is amended to include the rid, mark, and UUID of each commit. Now, fossil and git agree on the mapping between commits and marks, so updates in either direction can be performed easily. (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)
21:01
[1af797c3] Create new branch named "nick.lloyd-git-interop" (user: nick.lloyd, tags: nick.lloyd-git-interop)