[Phpmyadmin-devel] Interested in GSOC project--Server variables and settings page help - ID: 3196075

Marc Delisle marc at infomarc.info
Tue Mar 15 12:47:14 CET 2011

Marc Delisle a écrit :
> 陈岳峰 a écrit :
>> Hi,
>> I can see the log
>> commit f337248acce77a4ea3c13c96fffa813f218cf5e3
>> Author: dennischen <dennislyve at gmail.com <mailto:dennislyve at gmail.com>>
>> Date:   Mon Mar 14 14:16:17 2011 +0800
>>     for Server_variables
>> commit f1ac81605e230c3d2c81e883499fcef42e2c4b57
>> Author: dennischen <dennislyve at gmail.com <mailto:dennislyve at gmail.com>>
>> Date:   Mon Mar 14 14:11:09 2011 +0800
>>     Server Variables--ID: 3196075
>> do I commit the code to the official repo or somewhere else?
> First, in this mailing list, please do not top-post, it's difficult to read.
> Second, about your question. I did not say that you did not commit, I 
> said that you did not push. Seeing the commit lines in the log means 
> that you committed to your local repo, but unless you push to the remote 
> repo, we cannot see your work.
> Today I see that you have pushed to the remote repo so we'll be able to 
> look at your work.

Your patch works correctly, if I use commit 

Beware that later in commit 4e39b62a2a00a5a624dfae5874a85a88a398edd8 you 
_reverted_ a commit so your latest repository does not contains the 
changes that make each variable clickable and shows the tooltip.

Marc Delisle

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