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[IP-1] Working expense module for #688

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chrispytorius commented Feb 16, 2019

Sorry i messed up my first pull request, this one is has the correct files. Git is new to me :/

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pradeshc commented Feb 18, 2019

@chrispytorius Thank you,

Please check your files again. There are a few files that have recorded no change (perhaps end-of-line or end-of-file changes but are listed here as modified. Configure your git to ignore whitespace changes.

Also, it is not a good practice to change your master branch and push that to a derivative branch. Rather create a new branch that matches your task number and then make your changes against this. You can then submit a pull request to merge that branch to the target branch (in this case v1.5.10.1)

@chrispytorius chrispytorius changed the title [IP-1] Working expense module for 1.5/1.6 [IP-1] Working expense module for Feb 20, 2019


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chrispytorius commented Feb 20, 2019


Thanks for the help, i have updated the pull request with the whitespace changes removed, and i have updated to the correct target branch. Hopefully this is now correct.

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