gitg is a git repository viewer for GNOME. It is similar to dev-util/giggle, but gitg is more advanced in my opinion. Both tools are actively developed though. We will see if one of them prevails.
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There are currently two repositories with identical content:
git://github.com/jessevdk/gitg and git://git.gnome.org/gitg
I chose the latter.
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Thanks for submitting the ebuild, the gnome git repo seems like a sensible choice. Nifty trick with the EGIT_BOOTSTRAP (I'll have to remember that one for my personal ebuilds!), but I think Flameeyes prefers us to use eautoreconf over provided autogen.sh scripts, so I've bumped it to EAPI="2" and added a src_prepare function.
This is now in my overlay for testing, but I try not to maintain live ebuilds in the main tree. Feel free to post to this bug if they do a full release, and I can put it in the main tree for you. 5:)
I'll leave this as maintainer-wanted just in case someone else wants to pick it up before me...
Thanks for your fast response! You can drop the dependency on
gnome-base/gnome-common if you do not call autogen.sh.
Glad to help out, thanks for writing the ebuild! 5:) (I've removed the dep on gnome-common now too...)
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(In reply to comment #3)
> Feel free to post to this bug if they do a full release, and I can put it
> in the main tree for you.
The first version of gitg has been released. Please find attached the ebuild.
Thanks very much, this has now been updated in my overlay, but it all looks good, so I'll try and put in the tree on Sunday. If it's still not there by next week, feel free to give me a prod on this bug... 5;)
Ok, all checked in. Let me know if there's any problems, and do feel free to give me a prod if there's a new version. Thanks... 5:)