This time Ember is not to blame



  • ###1 month ago:

    Ahh, finally done with my ember 1.11 update. Thing has been in production for weeks and is humming nicely. Bye bye stupid update branch.

    git branch -d ember11
    git push origin :ember11
    

    Off to better things!

    ###Today:

    Hmm, this is strange. I'm using Ember property lookups that should spew deprecation warnings, yet I don't see anything. Wait... no way. Let me just check...

    Ember.VERSION
    >> 1.9
    

    Wat.

    But this was branched off master! Where is Ember 1.11?

    Wait.

    What's running in production?

    Ember.VERSION
    >> 1.9
    

    But but........ WAT!?

    ...wait

    ...oh

    MFW I remember the Ember testing in production was running on the ember11 branch
    MFW I remember I have at some point reverted the production to its normal "production" branch
    MFW I realize I beforehand forgot to merge ember11 into master and update the production branch
    MFW I realize I deleted both the local and remote copy of the update branch
    MF as I scroll through git reflog, looking for deleted ember11 branch
    MFW I give up on reflog and fire up my VM backup, where I still have local copy of ember11
    MF as I go through 1 month worth of updates and manually merge everything to be ember11 compatible.

    (pic related)

    Filed under: I felt 4chan style was appropriate here


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @cartman82 said:

    Bye bye stupid update branch.

    I really like using something like the github branch map to figure out what the rest of the world is going to see before I delete anything. Makes sure that I don't do dumb stuff.

    I also rarely delete branches.



  • @dkf said:

    I really like using something like the github branch map to figure out what the rest of the world is going to see before I delete anything. Makes sure that I don't do dumb stuff.

    I also rarely delete branches.

    Lately I've been doing small feature branches, so if I didn't delete any, I'd go insane trying to manage things.


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @cartman82 said:

    Lately I've been doing small feature branches, so if I didn't delete any, I'd go insane trying to manage things.

    I've got 420 branches in one of my repos. Nurse assures me I'm not mad.


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