[darcs-users] "don't pull this patch now or ever again"

Juliusz Chroboczek jch at pps.jussieu.fr
Sun Jul 18 15:26:59 UTC 2004

> > Couldn't he simply pull the patch and then revert it?

> You mean rollback it?


> The trouble would be that then he'd have it in his history,

(That's a simple user-interface issue.  You mention composite
(``include'') patches in the to-do list, and one could imagine a type
of composite patch that prints as a ``reject.''  But that's for later)

> Also, if it were put on a blacklist, depending on the how things are
> handled, he also wouldn't get prompted for any patch which depends
> on the first (which could either be a good thing or a bad thing, I
> suppose).

So what are your plans?  Implementing the blacklist as a new type of
patch that commutes with everyone and has the side-effect of
inhibiting pulls of dependents?


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