In order to keep things as seamless as possible for the next MIMEDefang upgrade, I've decided that the new modules I'm factoring out will need to live within the MIMEDefang git tree, at least for now. But... I had been working on some of the refactored code in a separate git tree, so now I need to merge it back in. Here's how I did it:
Start with a cloned
MIMEDefang (the target of the merge) and an
Email-VirusScan (the component being merged) in the same directory. Then:
Merge Email-VirusScan into the MIMEDefang tree:
cd MIMEDefang git fetch ../Email-VirusScan master:email-virusscan
You now have an 'email-virusscan' branch in your MIMEDefang tree.
Change the path for the component to be merged:
git checkout -f email-virusscan mkdir -p perl/Email-VirusScan git mv Changes .gitignore lib Makefile.PL MANIFEST MANIFEST.SKIP README t perl/Email-VirusScan git commit -a -m 'Move to perl/Email-VirusScan before merge'
git checkout -f master git merge email-virusscan
And, you're done!
Thanks again Bart for answering a few more git questions on the "right" way to do this. If you're in Ottawa, and in need of git training for your company, Bart's your man.