On Fri, 05 Jul 2013 13:21:05 +0200
Massimo Maiurana <maiurana@...> wrote:
> Igor Murzov Y, il 05/07/2013 10:38, ha scritto:
> > Is that so? Can you prove that with a hash of such commit?
> > Hint: You can use `git log --name-status --author=Igor` or `git blame.
> This would return only commits from the move to git until now, basically
> useless as most of russian lines in desktop files were added in the SVN
> Anyway I could not prove anything,
'Cause your statement is false.
> I've just sorted many files before
> and often found some localized messages on top of the list, and russian
> lines were often on top.
> Did I blame someone? I didn't, I've just sorted those files and
> committed them to SVN/GIT, without even notify this list.
And that's not the way it should be.
> You are the
> only one who blame here, pointlessly in many case. In this case you did
> blame a translator just because he sorted some lines alphabetically, and
> just because you don't like it as files are not less functional (but
> more readable) because of this.
No, they became less readable. That's exactly why this thread was started.
Also commiting changesets containing some sensible updates along with
some formatting changes is a bad practice. For instance, I see commit like
Fixed sorting in desktop files maxerba 79 -180/+333
in the log. I haven't looked at it yet, but i already don't like it.
It obviously contains something else besides fixed sortings,
because of "-180/+333". So i should probably review all the changes
in this commit and figure what else has changed out. I could have
spent my time on something more useful.