[Mailman-Users] VCSing your local changes [was: Mailman CSRF Vulnerability]
fmouse at fmp.com
Fri Jan 12 02:03:01 EST 2018
On Fri, 2018-01-12 at 13:04 +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Lindsay Haisley writes:
> > Probably what I'm talking about.
> Hmm... This is a good sign!
> > I only partially understand this, Mark. I'll need to sit down and
> > it. Thanks!
> Do it soon: it's as easy as you think it is! Modern VCSes are good
> at this. "VCS means never having to say 'I'm fscked'." Branches
> solve everything! Having a remote branch for backup is a great idea,
> by the way.
Actually, in the short run, I've consolidated all my patches into a
tarball with a Makefile, which gets the job done. Yes, VCS would be
>  As long as you avoid "rm -rf ." while you have unpushed changes.
We don't go there !!!!!
Lindsay Haisley | "The first casualty when
FMP Computer Services | war comes is truth."
http://www.fmp.com | -- Hiram W Johnson
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