* b1a68b9 fixed merge conflicts
| * 4a09c3c ticketing and questions working
| * 49a3113 questions progress1
| * 414b5d2 ticketing fixes - editing works
| * b39c2d1 added ticketing
| * 6decbb7 general ui fixex
| * 88176fc fixed model
| * 487ecd7 fixed references and updated to EF6
* | 53a9da3 ckeditor changes
* c4c0e09 fixed ckeditor formatting
* 1747b84 ckeditor, contenteditable false???
* 1f1540b edit event formatting
On Sunday, 8 December 2013 07:41:59 UTC+11, Peter J Weisberg wrote:
> > Yes it does. That commit is just prior to commencing work on the
> laptop. What Huu said about using git clone instead of git init/pull on
> the laptop sounds like it could have caused the issue. I will need to
> reset to the last commit on the laptop.
> So it's the parent of 4a09c3c? That's the first commit in the laptop log
> you showed us, but something doesn't add up. Git wouldn't make you do a
> merge between a commit and its own parent.
> What does the output of "git log --graph --oneline" look like?
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