[Bioc-devel] Request upstream pull --force of sanitized master branch

Turaga, Nitesh Nite@h@Tur@g@ @ending from Ro@wellP@rk@org
Mon Nov 5 13:56:24 CET 2018

Hi Sam,

I have updated your “master” branch on git.bioconductor.com to reflect what you have on GitHub, at https://github.com/rafalab/bumphunter.  You will not get the duplicate commit error when you push to the master branch anymore. 

However, RELEASE_3_8 still has duplicate commits in the history. You could follow the same procedure as you did for the master branch, and de-duplicate the commit history for RELEASE_3_8. You should invest time in this only if you think there will be any changes made to the release branch. If not, then this is not an issue. If you do choose to follow through with RELEASE_3_8 as well, please reply to this thread when you have made the de-duplication changes and added the branch to your GitHub repository. 

Best regards,


> On Nov 2, 2018, at 5:09 PM, Samuela Pollack <spollack using jimmy.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Dear Bioconductor,
> I believe I have removed all duplicate commits from the bumphunter package. The main branch in rafalab/bumphunter incorporates the new commit history. It passes 'library(devtools); build("."); install(); check("."); BiocCheck(".")'
> I am contacting you in accordance with item 6 of the instructions at this URL: http://bioconductor.org/developers/how-to/git/resolve-duplicate-commits/
> - Sam
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