[Twisted-Python] github, again
p.mayers at imperial.ac.uk
Thu Jun 6 10:52:11 MDT 2013
On 06/06/13 17:08, Jonathan Vanasco wrote:
> the only downside to git, is that once something goes onto the
> server... it's there for good. it's possible to rebase a repo back
> to a specific commit , then replay without specific commits, and
> "push -f" to overwrite the history... but if anyone updated against
> the server, those commits will come back and haunt you. over and
> over and over again.
Yes. Never do this. It's hateful to fix, and rude to contributors!
(Obviously not an issue if your git repo will just be a read-only copy
of SVN used to drive git-based code review tools)
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