NepomukCore - Do not merge KDE/4.10 into master
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Mon May 6 23:40:21 BST 2013
El Dilluns, 6 de maig de 2013, a les 19:37:15, Nicolás Alvarez va escriure:
> 2013/5/6 Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org>
> > El Dissabte, 4 de maig de 2013, a les 14:01:45, Vishesh Handa va escriure:
> > > Hey everyone
> > >
> > > As you might have heard there was a fiasco in the nepomuk-core
> > > repository
> > > where the 'master' branch was accidentally merged into KDE/4.10. Since
> > then
> > > the system admins had to do a hard reset to v4.10.2 and I had to
> > > manually
> > > cherry-pick a lot of the commits.
> > >
> > > I do not want anyone to merge KDE/4.10 into master. It will lead will a
> > > number of duplicate commits, and considering we already have a LOT of
> > > duplicates I do not want any more.
> > Can't you just merge the branches, then rebase -i and in the rebase
> > actually
> > remove all the duplicated commits?
> What would that achieve? If you rebase, the history becomes linear and the
> merge stops being a merge.
This gives you a master branch where KDE/4.10 has already been merged (so next
merges don't bring in all the new duplicate commits) and has no duplicate
commits (since you killed them in the rebase -i).
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