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Re: [O] Compilation problem

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [O] Compilation problem
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2012 15:28:44 +0200

On 18.9.2012, at 15:22, Bastien wrote:

> Hi Jambunathan,
> Jambunathan K <address@hidden> writes:
>> Please ask for clarification and politely indicate that a change may
>> have to be reverted.  
> Sorry that I reverted this one too hastily and without warning.
>> Instead of the commit being wrong, is it possible that
>> changes were incomplete.  
> I understand.
> What would be helpful would be some comment in the commit telling 
> that the change is part of a bigger change that is not yet committed.
> But I think we should try to avoid this: the whole point of using git 
> is to commit changes only if they are complete.

Hi Bastien,

I think this should be to *merge* (and push) only complete changes.  At least 
this is what I think - git allows you to commit often while making changes.

Actually, I think you agree, your next paragraph says as much.

- Carsten

>  A "change" can be a
> commit or a set of commits, but let's try to push changes only when
> they are complete.
> I know this is not always easy, and I'm not lecturing here, I'm just
> sharing directions I try to follow myself.
> Thanks,
> -- 
> Bastien

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