Re: introduction

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On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 5:04 AM, Michael Schubert <schu@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 06/04/2012 10:36 PM, Leila wrote:
>> 1) Commands are cryptic: I was thinking I could provide a wrapper to
>> simplify the commands, for example to undo a local commit, I can
>> introduce a "git undo commit", that wraps "reset" and will undo the
>> last commit. Or maybe "git rollback" is a better name?
> There's Legit [1], Easy Git [2] and probably more.

Ok fair.

>> 2) git undo command, that will undo the last command (if possible)?
> Not possible in general.

Undoing adds and commits? But I guess there isn't a long list here..

>> 3) Just like we have git-svn, maybe a svn-git?
> ?
>> Any help or if you can point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate
>> it. I can also start out by fixing some bugs to get into it. I
>> couldn't figure out how to see a list of bugs though.
> There's no bugtracker, just the ML.


> How to submit patches:
> You could check "old" GSoC Ideas:

Thanks I've reached out to Peff and Thomas.

>> How does one contribute to your documentation? Would it be submitting
>> a patch just like with code?
> Yes.
> HTH.
> [1]
> [2]
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