This is an awful pun, but I've recently written the following script to help with some of the work of back-porting patch sets to maintenance branches. Basically you pass it a bunch of commit identifiers and it cherry picks them all in order.
#!/usr/bin/python import os import sys import subprocess for commit in sys.argv[1:]: with open(os.devnull, "w") as fnull: subprocess.call( ['git', 'cherry-pick', commit ], stdout=fnull, stderr=fnull )
What I'd been doing, previously is assembling commit hashes in an
emacs buffer, and then copy-pasting
git cherry-pick before each line
and then pasting those lines into the shell and hoping nothing goes
wrong. The script isn't much better but it's a start.
To use, save in a file named
git-raspberry in your
+x the file, and then just run "
git raspberry". Turns out
runs any program in the path that starts with
git- as a sub
The more you know.