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~$: ls -l /opt/odoo/odoo-server/addons | grep account
returns a date Sep 23 11:43 for the module 'accountant'
the folder account in https://github.com/OCA/OCB/tree/8.0/addons says 'a day ago' (which is Sep 26)
is 'git status' not the correct command to show whether there are any updates in your remote origin (do to the manpage I would say it is)? what would it be instead?
I had the same situation before I actually updated from the v8 RC Version to v8 stable with a git pull origin 8.0 and there was something to pull, so the ooutput of git status was misleading.
git status is a command to show summary / information about your local git repo. git is really a distributed version control system. It means that you control your local git repo for most of the time. git doesn't provide a command to check status of remote repo. To download all new remote commits, if available, you can use git fetch. In fact, git pull, is a shortcut for git fetch, then git merge. The workflow would be something like the following.
- git fetch --progress
- notice a new commit
- I'm in 8.0 branch. I want to merge just the 8.0 branch.
- git merge origin/8.0
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