[darcs-users] "don't pull this patch now or ever again"
camel78 at iprimus.com.au
Wed Jul 14 11:25:00 UTC 2004
Yeah I have wondered about this before, if it isn't already a feature it would
be a good feature to add eg some sort of permanent reject of a particular
On Tue, 13 Jul 2004 06:58 am, Björn Lindström wrote:
> I'm about to set up revision control of configuration files with darcs
> for a few different UN*X accounts.
> Now, these are a bit different. I don't run all programs on all of
> them. In particular, I only need mail, IRC, etc. config on one of the
> I have two questions:
> Am I asking for trouble if I'm juggling patches between these accounts,
> without keeping them in total sync. I.e. I will often reject patches
> that affect files that I don't need on the pulling side.
> How do I do, when I'm pulling, to say "don't pull this patch now or ever
> again". Now, if I reject a patch, it will ask me about it again every
> time I do a new pull. (...or push, for that matter.)
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Michael <camel78 at iprimus.com.au>
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