[arch-releng] Iso tests
dieter at plaetinck.be
Thu Apr 21 05:17:04 EDT 2011
On Thu, 21 Apr 2011 09:57:37 +0200
Tom Willemsen <tom.willemsen at archlinux.us> wrote:
> > Second thing is- wondering if you could rebase your work on the
> > latest code. You branched quite a while ago and I'd prefer one line
> > of clean code that applies nicely, as it is a lot easier to follow.
> > Something like "git rebase master <mybranch>" should do the trick.
> > It would also be great if you could use "git rebase -i" or any
> > other tricks to squash fixup commits into the proper commit where
> > that work originally belonged.
> I'll try, never used rebase before.
it's very cool stuff that allows you to clean your history nicely.
there are some good tutorials on `git rebase -i`, but if it's your first time,
i would suggest to make a backup first, it
could get confusing if there are merge conflicts during the rebase.
> > * rtf ? I like this even less than isotests as far as WTF naming; I
> > had NO idea what that meant until I saw your commit. Why not just
> > "releng"?
> Just "releng"? Seems too generic, this app only deals with a small
> part of releng, the "releng-testbuild-feedback". Wouldn't that be
I'ld say: "rtf" in the url (foo.bar/rtf/) and "Releng Testbuild
Feedback" as title on the page. If/when we link to this app from other
pages, we could use "releng testbuild feedback" for the links.
Clear enough imho.
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