To make a mirror:
tla archive-mirror firstname.lastname@example.org
To revert changes made locally to hello.c to what's in the archive:
tla file-diff hello.c | patch -R
To revert a mistaken commit (patch-104 for example):
tla replay --reverse email@example.com/planner-el--devel--0--patch-104
tla commit --out-of-date-ok
To catch up with a main branch (ignore the specifics of the branch name, they are now outdated):
tla star-merge --three-way firstname.lastname@example.org/planner--dev--1.0
tla log-for-merge >> ++name-of-log-file
See http://www.mwolson.org/projects/CooperationAndArch.html for more info.
To show diffs between two revisions:
tla get-changeset patch-3
tla show-changeset --diffs muse--johnsu01--0--patch-3.patches
tla show-changeset --diffs ,,delta.1152811960.17171.1/
Other useful things:
tla logs --summary -A email@example.com planner--main--1.0: Shows the list of patches along with the log summary.
tla get firstname.lastname@example.org/planner-el--devel--0 planner
On the Internet, however, there is no check on silly rules, because on the
Internet, increasingly, rules are enforced not by a human but by a machine:
Increasingly, the rules of copyright law, as interpreted by the copyright
owner, get built into the technology that delivers copy-righted content. It is
code, rather than law, that rules. And the problem with code regulations is
that, unlike law, code has no shame.
-- Lawrence Lessig, "Free Culture"
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