I’m still thinking about ways to somehow see if Git can be utilized in ways other than it was intended – code.
The idea behind this mockup (click to expand) is this:
- When all lines are ‘approved’, a regular git commit happens.
- Other than that it will kick back comments, and if you select ‘reject’ the program will just not make the change to that line.
- The idea is that this would help with editorial changes, curriculum perhaps etc…
- A clean commit file would actually be even better by forcing the line number to be appended to the Commit section.
Thoughts? (probably best on twitter but I welcome comments here too!)