On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 4:39 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> One example of killing the entire thread is when I see "This patch
> will not be applied" by Felipe in a thread started with his patch.
> I understand that it is his way to say "this patch is retracted"
> without having to explicitly say that he now understands that
> reviews showed why the patch was wrong or that he thanks the
> reviewer for enlightening him.
You are wrong. There's nothing wrong with the patch.
> The patch will come back, with corrections as necessary, if it has
> merit, so we do not lose anything of value anyway by discarding the
Wrong again. It seems nobody is interested in improving 'git rebase',
specially not to reduce the number of forks, and use C code instead
(git cherry-pick). Instead, people want to complain about the number
of forks, but not lift a finger about it, not even to review patches.
Good luck getting them to actually do something about it.
But thanks for letting me know, I'm dropping right now this series of
perfectly good 36 patches that move us forward towards our ideal; more
C code, less script code, improves 'git cherry-pick', simplifies and
fixes 'git rebase', and makes it more consistent.
I thought you understood that code should speak, but apparently you don't.
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