> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anatol Belski [mailto:anatol....@belski.net]
> Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 1:11 AM
> To: 'Johannes Schlüter' <johan...@php.net>; 'PHP internals list'
> Cc: 'Davey Shafik' <da...@php.net>
> Subject: RE: [PHP-DEV] IMPORTANT: Git reset after wrong merge
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Johannes Schlüter [mailto:johan...@php.net]
> > Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 12:37 AM
> > To: PHP internals list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Cc: Davey Shafik <da...@php.net>; Anatol Belski
> > <anatol....@belski.net>
> > Subject: [PHP-DEV] IMPORTANT: Git reset after wrong merge
> > Hi,
> > as Davey noted in the thread "Master merged into PHP-7.1" there was a
> > wrong merge in git. This wasn't noticed for a few days. This means we
> > had a few additional commits in between.
> > I've reseted PHP-7.1 to the *old* state *before* that merge. Quite a
> > few commits have been removed and need to be applied again (I hope
> > Davey / Anatol look after this)
> > A backup of the bad tree is on
> > https://github.com/johannes/php-src/tree/broken-5.7-20161014
> > When pushing please be careful that you are not pushing master again
> > into PHP- 7.1. Please check your local trees carefully, commit
> > bce17764be6bd5ca43a512db51c030fb8d0437fd should NOT be in 7.1!
> Yeah, we'll be checking to restore the missing 7.1 commits. Currently merges
> to 7.1, or 7.1 to master, might have issues. I'd ask to please retain from
> there, until the branch is restored. Hopefully this will happen at some point
I've cherry-picked the missing commits into 7.1 and made initial empty merge
7.0=>7.1=>master. The state of PHP-7.1 should be now comparable to the state
before the breach + missing patches. With this, the regular workflow is now
restored so pushing/merging should go without issues.
I would explicitly ask Dmitry, Sara, Hui, Stas, Bob, Nikita and Christoph to
check that all the code pushed after Monday 2016-10-10 13:11:45 is where it's
expected to be. But also everyone else involved/interested - it would be a big
help to double check, also with UPGRADING, NEWS, etc.
Davey, Joe, you will need to check NEWS, UPGRADING and possibly any other non
code related files. Also, please keep in mind, that security patches are
restored as well. The relevant NEWS are in the 7.0.12 tag.
Please let me know about any issues.
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