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[Fish-users] (Was: Current state of fish in gitorius) SanskritFritz Tue Mar 27 02:00:09 2012

On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 9:10 AM, Maxim Gonchar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:51:03 +0400, SanskritFritz
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Lets unite our efforts on your repo. I'll send merge requests whenever
>> I updated any completions. Then you can send a merge request to the
>> main repo. Does your repo contain any other changes to fish besides
>> completions? It would be best to have a branch that contains only
>> completion changes.
>> If you don't want/have time to maintain the repo, I am willing to
>> clone (I already did) and do this work on it myself.
>> The goal would be to have a strong completions script base for easy
>> merging into mainstream.
> My repository master branch should be the same as main fish branch, except
> functions and completions.
> There is one more branch with some changes in the code.

This is perfect.

> I think that it worth to make separate repository for this purpose.
> Something like fish-completions.
> I can add new completions there and also update some outdated completions,
> like pacman.
> Can you maintain it? The problem that I'm newbie to the git and still have a
> lot of problems using it.

Yes, I'm willing to maintain it. Well I am in the same situation with
git (I'm used to svn), but this will be a good opportunity to learn
So, I'm going to clone your repo with the name fish-shell-completions,
merge all completions I have tested and found stable. Finally when
everyone thinks it is ok, I'll send a merge request to the official
repo. I plan to do this on a regular basis.

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