[zeromq-dev] Please verify my accidental commit

Alexey Melnichuk mimir at newmail.ru
Thu Jul 24 10:20:41 CEST 2014

Pieter Hintjens <ph <at> imatix.com> writes:

> Can you revert the commit, perhaps, and push that as a pull request?

I am not sure that I can do that safely.
As I can tell there need clone then rebase and then force push?
Is this really necessary?

> You can use a different remote name (e.g. origin for your clone,
> upstream for the original master) so there's less chance of this
> mistake.

I know that and do that for my lzmq/lyre repos.
But the problem is. Github allows edit file via web interface and if you have 
no rights to commit it automatically creates fork and makes pull request.
This is very convinient for small fixes. But I forgot that I have rights to 
commit for this repo.

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