On May 21, 2020, at 03:44, Kyle Stanley <email@example.com> wrote:
> So by my own mistake in the GitHub UI, I was looking at a previous commit for one of my PRs (https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/19282) and misclicked the "revert commit" button instead of "view details". Fortunately, this only created a separate branch in the cpython repository instead of actually reverting anything (see https://github.com/python/cpython/tree/revert-19282-bpo40115-test_asyncio-run_in_executor_cancel), but I'm unsure of the best way to remove the branch or if I'm even able to.
You can view the active branches here:
If you have permission to delete it, there will be a trashcan icon to the right of the branch.
I made it go away.
> Sorry about the mixup, I'm rather new to the core developer role and this is my first time running into anything like this.
No problem! We all have learning events along the way. Keep hacking!
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