On Wed, 2002-04-03 at 07:45, email@example.com wrote:
> Karl Fogel <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > What does "this change is simply growing too large" mean, in technical
> > terms? Was the usual update-from-repos-into-locally-modified-wc
> > process not working for this change, and if so why not?
> It means that I had modified in some fashion 26 source files already,
> and felt pretty strongly that the work of getting the feedback stuff
> Right was significantly large enough to justify it's own commit. The
> problem is that there was effectively no way to partially commit my
> changes without either breaking the tests or #if/#else-ing a simply
> ridiculous amount of code. I chose to commit. You can flog me and
> revert my changes, or you can start helping me code -- I'm indifferent.
Wow, sounds like we could have used branches here. :-)
Received on Wed Apr 3 16:31:44 2002
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