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    Ok, if you are willing to look at it, i've attached it if i did it
    right...<br>
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    I did a git diff <commit just before first commit> <last
    commit>  <br>
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    That should have the whole range of changes of all the commits,
    hopefully i've attached the right file too.<br>
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    This should align with the following pull request on github.com:<br>
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    Which originally was a closed pull request which i cancelled when i
    needed to make additional changes:<br>
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    <a href="https://github.com/mono/mono/pull/312">https://github.com/mono/mono/pull/312</a><br>
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    I'm probably not going to be home all day today, so if you have
    questions, i am willing to answer them but i may be delayed.  I'll
    try to bring my laptop if i do go out.<br>
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    -Rob<br>
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    On 06/17/2012 08:21 AM, Stifu wrote:
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      <pre wrap="">Can't really give Git-related advices, I suck at it, but I can easily review
WinForms patches if you simply attach them to your messages the old-school
way.


Robert Wilkens wrote
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My master branch contains two unrelated winforms changes (one change for
idle, one change for DataGrid - not DataGridView don't worry i'm not
duplicating work), it's becoming clear that they are not going to
receive priority and i have no problem with that.

But i do have at least one non-winforms fix which i'd like to at least
get reviewed.  That's not going to happen since the winforms changes
have to go thru first.

Is it considered a safe thing to:
1) Backup the files that i changed for each fix
2) Delete my fork
3) Create a new fork
4) Create branches for each change and submit them separately

I think this would help me get past my current state of 'i can't really
do anything until my master branch is approved or rejected'...

I probably won't do this today, but if I don't hear back i might do that
sometime this week.

-Rob

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