From: Zach Laine <whatwasthataddress@ho...> - 2004-07-05 20:37:37
>I guess Zach will have a look at the changes i made. ;-)
I did, but I guess you didn't.
Always, always do a "cvs update" and a "cvs diff" before committing
anything, no matter how small. If not, you get a situation like we have
now. Your latest commits reverted a lot of my and Mark's recent code
changes, and you would have known this if you had done a cvs diff
The files I am referring to are HumanClientApp.cpp and SidePanel.cpp. Go
back and look at the cvs commit emails for those. Notice all the changes
that you didn't do? I have to go back and re-add them by hand now.
This is not a huge deal in this case; it should only take me a few minutes.
But a more extensive commit could be disastrous if you do this. Please be a
bit more careful.
P.S. I'm directing this at the list not to embarass Ronald, but because I
bet other people skip these important steps too.
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