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authorAvatar Benedikt Morbach <moben@exherbo.org> 2016-10-06 14:50:17 +0200
committerAvatar Benedikt Morbach <moben@exherbo.org> 2016-10-06 14:51:06 +0200
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workflow: suffix -> source
--suffix appears to be an alias for --source but only the latter is mentioned in the manpage. Let's use that one in the docs Change-Id: Ife29e5f14b39349460596d04139b1dde8330658e
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@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ Normally, when you sync, you’ll be syncing against upstream. But when you want
- Update your personal copy of the repository.
- Work on and commit your changes.
-- Use `cave sync --suffix local arbor` to sync just that repository, and against your local checkout rather than upstream.
+- Use `cave sync --source local arbor` to sync just that repository, and against your local checkout rather than upstream.
- Test your changes.
- Make fixes, commit, sync using the suffix etc until everything works.
- Use the wonders of `git rebase -i` to tidy up your work into nice friendly pushable commits.