Documentation files Missing on GnuCash.org
jralls at ceridwen.us
Thu May 14 19:09:32 EDT 2015
> On May 14, 2015, at 8:11 AM, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> John Ralls <jralls at ceridwen.us> writes:
>>> It turns out there were a number of files missing on the web server.
>>> These were new files that didn't exist in a previous version of the
>>> documentation (forgotten git -add <new-files> in gnucash-htdocs-docs ?).
>>> I have added them today and as far as I can tell the guide is now
>>> working correctly.
>>> Thanks for pointing this out.
>> More like “didn’t know about” than “forgotten”. That’s a bit of a hole
>> in our procedure: How can we flag new files in the docs so that
>> they’re visible to the release tech when transferring them from
>> gnucash-docs to gnucash-htdocs-docs?
> "git status"?? Assuming of course we don't have an overly grabbing
> Or just always run "git commit -a" in the gnucash-htdocs-docs?
`git commit -a` is what I did. It operates only on mods to files already known to git. New files must be explicitly added to the index with `git add`.
`git status` should show new files as long as they aren’t explicitly listed in .gitignore. Running git status and git add v2.6 is part of the procedure in http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Documentation_Release_Process, so either I screwed up and didn’t do it or it doesn’t work. I’ll have to look at my local htdocs-docs repo when I get back on Monday to know which.
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