With one of my several hats on, I'm in a small team using git. Another team member just checked some stuff into trunk that should have been on a branch. Nothing else had happened since, so in fossil I would have just edited that commit and put it on a new branch. In git that can't actually be done without danger once other people have pulled, so I had to create a new commit rolling back the changes, then branch and cherry pick the earlier changes, then figure out how to make my new branch shared instead of private. Just want to say thanks for fossil making my life easier on most of my projects, and being able to move commits to another branch after the fact and shared-by-default branches are good features. Also not having a misanthropic command line interface.
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