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accepted Automatically reverting commits that fail the build
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comment Automatically reverting commits that fail the build
@MatthieuM. merge is a commit, should the CI step that merges revert the build?
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comment Automatically reverting commits that fail the build
This doesn't answer the question in any way. If the build fails in a feature branch, should the CI revert the commit?
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revised Automatically reverting commits that fail the build
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comment Automatically reverting commits that fail the build
doing pull will get the revert commit, so the developer will have to revert the revert and then commit fix. It doesn't matter if he/she choses to do a commit-less revert or not (or if he/she squashes the revert revert + fix in one commit or not). Also if he has fixed the commit locally before pulling he/she will get a conflict (probably).
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comment Automatically reverting commits that fail the build
@thorstenmüller well imagine then that it is in a development branch that all developers use. Should the CI system revert commits that fail the build?
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asked Automatically reverting commits that fail the build
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comment Eclipse unit test - one project per file/class?
Look for example at the elasticsearch github repo where inside the src directory they have main and test.
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comment Eclipse unit test - one project per file/class?
You should create a test class for every source class you have, so you could run only the tests for that class if you want (while developing), but put all classes (source and tests) inside the same eclipse project
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comment Eclipse unit test - one project per file/class?
You can run tests both from within eclipse and command-line.
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comment How to manage accidental complexity in software projects
JeffO pdr that's exactly the point of rubber duck debugging
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comment Understanding exceptional cases
somehow related: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/201299/…
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comment Is POST for an element generally not exposed or invalid in REST APIs?
I do the reverse: PUT for creation and POST for update.
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answered Multiple arguments in function call vs single array