I'm not much of a git expert, so I don't know what the preferred option
would be, but I'm +1 for killing it in one form or another.
On Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 2:32 PM, Alan Conway <acon...@redhat.com> wrote:
> I work on a mix of SVN and GIT-based projects so I switch between trunk
> and master a lot. Proton used to be an SVN based project. I repeatedly
> stub my toe on the old "trunk" branch which has been left lying around
> with some random commit at it's head.
> Can we please do any one of the following:
> - delete it.
> - rename it to something else.
> - make it a symbolic reference to master.
> I don't care which, I'm just tired of typing "git checkout trunk" by
> reflex and being allowed to continue down the rat-hole till some ancient
> proton bug crops up and I have another DOH! moment.