JDK Sandbox and Skara
shade at redhat.com
Wed Sep 9 10:06:29 UTC 2020
On 9/8/20 3:02 PM, Erik Helin wrote:
> Yes, since you are a Committer (actually Reviewer, but the point here is
> that you have Committer status) you have been given direct write access
> to the openjdk/jdk-sandbox repository . Feel free to use the
> openjdk/jdk-sandbox repository in the same way as you used the Mercurial
> jdk/sandbox repository .
Okay, then another clarification.
When we need to update our jdk-sandbox branches to current state of master, we are just plainly "git
merge" master to our branches, right? In other words, we do the same thing as we do with Mercurial here.
We don't do any of "git rebase" magic, even for jdk-sandbox, because the jdk-sandbox branches are
already public and it would make a mess for other contributors to the same branch? It probably makes
some sense to say that rebase should not be used except within the personal forks?
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