Design guide larger filenames #715

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edthedev commented Oct 3, 2012

This is a tweak to the documentation to make the file names more prominent on the 'Designing with Kivy' page.

Since I'm not experienced enough to submit the patch I suggested, I thought a document tweak could be a could first step.
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Added section titles that spell out which files the code and layout g…
…o in.

I got a little lost working through this example because I made an incorrect assumption about the filename needed for controller.kv. The goal to this change is to draw more attention to the filename and keep future users from making the same mistake.
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Oops. I didn't branch between the link correction. I'm not sure how to exclude the other commit retroactively.

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edthedev commented Oct 3, 2012

Oops. I didn't branch between the link correction. I'm not sure how to exclude the other commit retroactively.

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you can do
git reset --hard HEAD^^
git cherry-pick the_commit_you_want_to_keep
git push -f

your other commit will be out of the branch, if you want to add it to a branch, cherry-pick it from that branch

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tshirtman commented Oct 3, 2012

you can do
git reset --hard HEAD^^
git cherry-pick the_commit_you_want_to_keep
git push -f

your other commit will be out of the branch, if you want to add it to a branch, cherry-pick it from that branch

tito added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 15, 2012

@tito tito merged commit 96b5db7 into kivy:master Oct 15, 2012

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