As Johannes said, your have to fix the repo yourself.
Your duplicate commits are non-contiguous which is surprising. It’s almost as
if the commit dates were changed somehow.
Once you fix the repo on Github, please send me the link and I can force push
Thanks, Nitesh. I’ve already gone through the process of fixing the duplicate
commits and force pushed the cleaned history to GitHub
No idea why the duplicates appeared out of order but I did verify the
dates/times were unchanged by comparing to a
Thanks for the information, Jo. Sounds like a very similar issue—even down to
the potentially faulty git-svn setup. Glad to hear Nitesh was able to copy over
your cleaned history to Bioconductor. Hopefully we can do the same for mimamger.
On Mar 7, 2018, 1:26 AM -0500, Rainer Johannes
I recently had a similar problem with my FamAgg and ensembldb packages. I had
to remove the duplicated commits with `git rebase -i ` (i.e. interactive rebasing). During/after that I had to
fix some merge conflicts and ended overwriting my github master with the
cleaned history (`git push -f
Thanks, Nitesh, There are about 20 dupes. Here are a few examples:
- 2c01b08 and c0f7ed1
- 77a5d90 and 464edd9
- b952032 and 9abf5dd
On Mar 6, 2018, 1:27 PM -0500, Turaga, Nitesh ,
> Hi Aaron,
> You cannot force push to the Bioconductor server as it is
You cannot force push to the Bioconductor server as it is prevented by a
pre-receive hook on our end.
There are no duplicate commits on the Bioconductor version of the package right
now. Can you point the commits which are duplicated on a fresh clone of the
mimager package from
I attempted syncing my existing GitHub repo for the mimager package with
git.bioconductor.org and was left with many duplicate commits, as documented.
Hoping to keep my history intact, I performed a rebase to clean-up the dupes
(giving preference to commits with git-svn-ids) but can’t