Re: [Mailman-Developers] [Merge] lp:~sakuag333/mailman/BUG_non_queue_runner into lp:mailman
On Jan 21, 2013, at 08:35 AM, Sandesh Agrawal wrote:
These lines were changed in my earlier commit, which required certain fixing. So i re-changed these lines to the original one in my recent commit to the branch. Hence bazaar was showing all that in the commit history.
It's important to learn how to work with feature/bug branches in Bazaar. It's not that difficult really, you just want to create a new branch per bug or feature that you're working on. If you have one feature branch that depends on another feature branch, you can use something like looms or pipelines to stack your branches.
But in general, you want to make sure it's one-branch-per-bug-or-feature.
At present i am using jus gedit to do all my coding, which edtor is best to be used so that i do not run into these problems ?
I'm biased about Emacs because I've used it for a bazillion years. With the python-mode here https://launchpad.net/python-mode plus tools like global-whitespace-mode, pyflakes, and bzr-tools-grep, I think Emacs is a wonderful development environment. By default, this will use only spaces for indentation.
Other editors are good too if you can configure them correctly, but others will have to chime in about them.