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GitCommitIterator should handle empty commits #54

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edvbld commented Aug 16, 2019

HI all,

the GitCommitIterator should be able to handle empty commits. Although empty commits are rare, there are a few in the OpenJDK repositories.


  • Added two new unit tests
  • sh gradlew test passes on Linux x86_64


  • Change must not contain extraneous whitespace
  • Change must be properly reviewed


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Looks good!

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@edvbld This change can now be integrated. The commit message will be:

GitCommitIterator should handle empty commits

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edvbld commented Aug 19, 2019


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@edvbld Pushed as commit c19224a.

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