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In the section "Adding the Change-Id field," it references a "Commit-Id: field." Is this a typo? If not, it is confusing and should be clarified. Thank you
It would be useful to add a section to this document on conventions to follow when porting a change from one branch to another (e.g. porting a change from master to b2_5).
Is it recommended to retain the entire commit message from the source change? What about the "Signed-off-by:" line? Should the person who commits the ported change add a "Signed-off-by:" line with their name and email? I would assume lines in the source commit message starting with "Change-Id:", "Reviewed-by:", and "Tested-by:" should be omitted from the new commit message. Are there any other conventions or instructions to follow?
@Ryan Haasken: there is already the Commit Comments page that mentions the Lustre-change: and Lustre-commit: tags for ported patches. I added a couple of examples for ported patches, and will improve this with some explanations there.
Very good document. I suggest to add 'troubleshoot' section with error message(s) and resolution. thanks.
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