process to use when missed a patch addition
David Timms wrote:
> Hi, new to git, and while following the "conversion" guide , I missed
> the fact that I had added a new patch, but not added it to git.
> So the build failed. I have now: git add x.patch
> I'm not sure what is correct procedure to attempt rebuild with the
> included patch:
> 1. fedpkg commit -p
> 2. fedpkg commit && fedpkg push
> 3. bump release in spec first, then one of the above.
> Does a new unique tag get created automatically, or do I need to mess
> with "git tag $(fedpkg verrel) && git push --tags" ?
>  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Using_Fedora_GIT
In my experience, git add the patch, fedpkg commit -p, fedpkg build.
The tag is based on the git revision hash, so it's unique, no need to
bump the EVR.
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