help building latest

Gary E. Miller gem at
Fri Mar 24 02:10:31 UTC 2017

Yo Chris!

On Thu, 23 Mar 2017 20:52:24 -0500
"Chris Caudle" <chris at> wrote:

> I have not intentionally changed the source, so I think this is some
> false alarm because of a change made to the git tree that I didn't
> track (I haven't run git pull in a couple of months at least).

That could be the case.  There was recent surgery to the master git
repo that made it so that old copies could not figure out how to rebase
on the current master.

> Since I'm just trying to build the latest, not actively develop, what
> is my best bet to tell git to ignore whatever local changes it thinks
> it finds and just give me latest?

I find that when I don't know what git wants, it is easiest just
to wipe the old copy and do a fresh 'git clone'.

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