Week 11 - Updates!

Received reviews on the previous patch series and continued working on the Implementation of "drop!" commit.

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Written on February 25, 2021

Week 9 - Modifications

U TURN in the project and worked on further improvements required in the previous patch series.

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Written on February 9, 2021

Week 5 - Patches for adding options to the fixup command.

Writing CLEAN CODE - CLEAN PATCHES - that are easily readable and maintainable is also an essential part. So, this week is spent mostly on fixing up the commits, commit messages, making preparatory/clean-up patches and debugging for more changes.

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Written on January 8, 2021

Week 2 - Updates

Working on git using git. And it’s true that we can’t just avoid the conflicts. Although, git makes the merging or integration of code from different branches very easy and handles itself but there are many situations in which it results in merge conflicts and at that time it is required to be solved manually.

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Written on December 15, 2020

Let's get started !

My first task in the project is to Implement the reword! commit in the git interactive rebase. This would be an alternative to the fixup! and squash! commit which would allow the user to edit the commit (either commit message or content or both) when they create a reword! commit rather than when they rebase. And for the coming weeks I will be working on this task.

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Written on December 8, 2020

Git intern in Outreachy

All it started with Open Source. I always wanted to be an active open source contributor and believe that the best way to improve skills is by contributing to open source projects.

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Written on December 5, 2020