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On 29 December 2014 23:31:03 GMT+00:00, Lukas Fleischer firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Tue, 30 Dec 2014 at 00:22:53, David Phillips wrote:
I'd like to chime in. I'm in the same boat as SpinFlo. Only thing I did differently is add PKGBUILD in one commit, attempt to push, then added .SRCINFO in another commit. [...]
Oh, every commit needs to refer to a tree object that contains a .SRCINFO file. The idea is that every commit corresponds to a revision of the package and must provide meta data for that revision. You can use `git commit --amend` or `git rebase -i` if you forgot to add meta data to any local commit.
I am open for suggestions on how to improve this.
Maybe instead of creating an empty repository initiate a s default or empty .SRCINFO (and PKGBUILD)?
This should prevent people from making similar mistakes, and provide them with a starting point. - -- "We apologize for the inconvenience"