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Reverting changes from previous commits #109

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joyeusenoelle commented May 18, 2019

This reverts changes to RTL processing from the develop branch.

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I suspect this will be used in the future so I'm not removing it entirely.
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@thebaer thebaer force-pushed the develop branch from bcd07d8 to 2fdd583 May 18, 2019

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thebaer commented May 18, 2019

Thanks, I went ahead and just reverted develop back to where it was before, moving those previous commits to the rtl-changes branch.

Going forward, let's follow this flow of creating a new feature branch for each new feature / pull request.

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joyeusenoelle commented May 18, 2019

I actually thought I had, but it turned out the branch I'd created was only attached to the local version of the develop branch, and when I tried to get it to push to the remote it pushed straight to origin/develop. I ended up having to re-clone the repo to get git to start behaving properly again.

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