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Date:	Thu, 24 Jul 2014 12:20:37 -0400
From:	Sasha Levin <>
To:	Greg KH <>
CC:,,,,,,, Sasha Levin <>,
	Andrew Morton <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH] usb-core: Revert "usb-core: Remove Fix mes in file hcd.c"

On 07/24/2014 12:04 PM, Greg KH wrote:
>> If you add a revert and leave the original broken commit in, wouldn't it cause issues
>> > for anyone trying to bisect a build breakage?
> Yes it does.
> I can not rebase my public trees, nor should any other kernel
> maintainer.  This has been true for _many_ years.

This isn't the case with -mm, for example, where the tree does get edited
quite often.

What stops you from editing it even if people are working on it? 'git pull --rebase'
will dtrt for both the ff and the non-ff case, where the non-ff case would have happen
either way if those people kept tracking your -next tree.

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