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28 Feb, 2014 05:42 PM
I don't really know how to do a 'pull request' but I would if
someone could point me to a simple tutorial. Anyhow I would like to
be able to build a Flex project without failures if the FlexUnit
part fails, which is currently the case as it always throws an
exception. Anyhow if anyone is interested here is the diff from the
latest master. Does this seem sound or does everyone using gradlefx
have 100% tests always? :)
on 28 Feb, 2014 05:42 PM
Captcha got me :P
on 01 Mar, 2014 09:53 AM
Your diff looks good, thanks for contributing!
Here's a tutorial on how to create a pull request in Github:
When you select the destination branch, try to select the
'develop' branch of GradleFx.
on 04 Mar, 2014 05:08 PM
However when I tried to push into the develop branch, it didn't
allow me for some weird push-ahead reason. Anyhow I'll look more
into it or start reading on using git (I've been dormant way to
long on the subject ;))
on 04 Mar, 2014 06:06 PM
I can always manually merge your pull request in any branch I want,
it's just without the convenience of the automatic merge. So it's
not that big a deal :)
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