1. Working with a Reverted Git Branch

    A month back I submitted a massive Pull Request (20 commits, 30 files) with some code that I had only loosely tested and it wasn't ready for production (test cases weren't finalized and sandbox testing had only been on my localhost.) Long story short, it got merged and broke a lot of things.


    It was quickly reverted with git revert -m 1 the errors were logged and I was to work on it when I got a chance again. I switched to that branch, fixed the bugs and made a fresh PR with a few more commits only to find that the first 20 ... Read More

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