On 07/25/2012 04:26 PM, David C. Rankin wrote: > All, > > I want to build a set of 3.5.13 packages for arch. I have made a copy of my > GIT tree and I want to revert it back. I tried to follow Slavek's advice of using > > (switch to v3.5.13-sru branch) > git checkout v3.5.13-sru && git pull && git submodule update > > However, that fails: > > 16:23 providence:~/pvd/tde13/tde> git checkout v3.5.13-sru > error: pathspec 'v3.5.13-sru' did not match any file(s) known to git. > > I have seen the v3.5.13-sru label before during updates, but I can't figure out > how to go back. What say the experts? > Or is there a way for me to use the 3.5.13 tarballs and apply patches to the source to move it forward to 3.5.13-sru? Maybe a git 'tag' or 'commit' number to put in a git command?? I don't even see the 3.5.13-sru tag any more when I use the switch_all script to update the tree, so maybe something got messed up with that branch? -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.