Originally Posted by Grarak
You should also mention how to cherry pick multiple commits
Originally Posted by SleepyS40
I would like to know this too, when I try to add two commits to the same location, it wants to drop one and add the other. I want to keep both but I cant figure out how to do so. Thanks for your help!
Cherry-picking multiple commits is pretty straightforward. Once you've resolved any conflicts for one commit, you have
to finish by using the command
if you want to add another cherry-pick in the same location.
Once you've committed that, you should be able to start the cherry-picking process over again exactly the same. If you have an issue, can you tell me what your terminal says, or post a screenshot?
Originally Posted by Walterwhite007
Great guide. It really helps noobs like me xD. One question what are the repositories I should fork from paranoid android into my github to build a ROM for nexus 4. Their github have soooo many repositories like apps and settings, packages, manifest etc etc
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To build ParanoidAndroid, you first have to download the source to your computer. So you'd have to make a directory and use "repo init -u http://github.com/AOSPA/manifest.git
-b kitkat && repo sync" to start the download. It's a big download, so be ready to wait a couple hours. There's a good guide for building ParanoidAndroid 4+ here
However, as far as forking a repository, you only need to fork the repositories that you want to make your own changes to and keep track of. Really, you don't have
to fork anything.