On Sat, Nov 20, 2021 at 10:58:54PM +0000, Thomas Adam wrote: > On Sat, Nov 20, 2021 at 03:16:02PM +0100, Dominik Vogt wrote: > > Look at commit ba9f161998f7da942996bcf0d3f96baa8b249070. You > > added new-parser.md, but also committed a complete reindentation > > of functions.c. > > Oh heavens. That's not good at all. Clearly something has run in the > background and I had not even noticed at the point I commited that change as I > was in no way expecting anything other than that markdown file to have > changed. That's why I didn't even check. > > Sorry about that.
No problem at all. This has possibly happened in earlier patches as well. There was some one-line minor whitespace change (a line containing a trailing space). I removed the trailing space, but you committed that with the whole, now empty line removed. That caused a conflict when rebasing. > I'll have to check to see how that happened. "git add -i" is extremely useful for not accidentally committing things. I've never seen anybody use is except me, and it's a bit cumbersome at first. It shows a list of all files; then I select option 5 to go through them chunk by chunk and apply or skip them. It's great for finding leftovers of experiments or debug code, and for separating topics. Ciao Dominik ^_^ ^_^ -- Dominik Vogt