On Dez 19 2017, Qu Wenruo <wqu(a)suse.de> wrote:
Just curious, any way to appending new changes to
No, all commits are immutable.
For example, if my request get rejected by
package maintainer due to
some small problems, I don't really like to go through the checkout
procedure but do something like "git commit --amend"
It doesn't matter, the submit request will only create a single commit
So even there are more commits fixing up previous problems, as long as
the .changes file only includes one message it will be fine?