[llvm-dev] New git revert workflow for github repo
Xing GUO via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Mar 28 09:47:40 PDT 2019
I think it would be great to document "how to revert a patch" in
On Fri, Mar 29, 2019 at 12:30 AM Jordan Rupprecht via llvm-dev <
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Last week I had to revert a change during my build cop shift, and
> discovered the usual script I used, git-svnrevert, only works w/ git-svn
> repos, and not the pure github repo, meaning I had to:
> 1) Find the git commit hash I needed to revert (given the svn revision
> that broke it)
> 2) Run "git revert" myself, and then I forgot to include the svn id (the
> git revert default message just includes the git commit hash, and I forgot
> to change that)
> It doesn't make sense to do that manually, so I committed r357180 to make
> a new git subcommand do that: "git llvm revert r123456" should now work.
> "git llvm revert -n r123456" will do nothing but print the commands (if you
> don't trust it yet). Also, since it might be useful outside of the revert
> flow, a second subcommand "git llvm svn-lookup <git-hash>" will pull the
> svn id out of the git commit message.
> If you're developing with the pure github repo (not the git-svn method,
> and not the even older pure-svn method), please try it out next time you
> have to revert. Patches welcome if you think something could be improved.
> -- Jordan
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