Question about strip-nondeterminism in bsh

jathan jathanblackred at
Mon Oct 16 21:40:29 UTC 2017

On 12/10/17 11:59, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> On Thu 2017-10-12 03:02:49 +0100, Chris Lamb wrote:
>> The GitHub repositories are read-only mirrors. If you are checking out
>> the code as a member of the Reproducible Builds team, then it makes more
>> sense to get it from Alioth, for example:
>>   $ git clone
> or:
>     debcheckout strip-nondeterminism
> That'll give you a local mirror that you can use to track upstream
> changes, and to make your own changes.  But you won't be able to
> immediately push back to the upstream repo.
> If you've made commits and you want to push them upstream and you've got
> privileges to do so on alioth (i think you do, since "jathan-guest" is a
> member of "scm_reproducible"), you can enable the local repo for pushing
> like this:
>    cd strip-nondeterminism
>    git config remote.origin.pushurl
> hth,
>         --dkg
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Wow! Thanks a lot for sharing this dkg :) I will consider this as
another viable option. Best regards.


Por favor evita enviarme adjuntos en formato de word o powerpoint, si
quieres saber porque lee esto:
¡Cámbiate a GNU/Linux!

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