Hello everyone, Sorry for the late post as you know I have been very busy lately giving finishing touches to the
builtin/rebase.c. Yes, you read it right. We have a complete
rebase.c, it has some nits still, as some tests particularly
t7406 are not passing but the good news is, the tests
t34* are passing. Yipee!
Regarding the status on the mailing list, after some regression tests suggested by @dscho, we found out that certain key changes need to be done to v5, so I requested the Git maintainer to hold it for some time i.e. not merge from
next. The good news is I’m getting
v6 ready as of now.
So, I’ll be submitting all the commits of my branch to mailing list as soon as it is ready. As, I have stated in my previous blogs, there are lots of commits with specific changes as @dscho instructed me to do, as it will be more make easier for review process and won’t get stuck in review cycle for long.
I’ll conclude my GSoC blog series with this status of my work.
And a quick reminder, a detailed part II of Git Inside® Part I: Don’t Fear the Rebase will be posted (after the complete GSoC period) for more detail read of my conversion from
builtin/rebase.c. I’ll closely describe the underlyings of Git or Git Internals in that blog post. So, do keep on checking out this blog.