I hope that you will forgive me a short moment of #venting; this is the second time that this has happened to me, and it's driving me completely batshit right now.
to the message base or whatever, and find that it's somehow spontaneously broken. Now there is the possibility that I've forgotten some changes I made in the interim to the source file containing those tidbits, but I really don't think that this is the case. I stopped doing the things that cause those kinds of memory lapses for some time now. I know that the code I've touched in the interim doesn't mess with those routines at all, so what the hell gives?
I have located the commits in the code that I made back 'in the day' when the feature set was all working. I don't know #git very well, honestly, so I suppose that this is just a really good time to work on learning the features that can help me diagnose where this problem went wrong, run a diff on the right files, and re-merge (if that's the right terminology in this case) the changes up to my current devel so that I don't have to go through and debug all of that crap again. Seriously, though, what the hell? Is there perhaps some feature that I don't know about in git's branching model, since I've started trying to use the flow process a little bit better, that is causing me to break these as a feature, not a bug, but one that I don't understand very well? Argh. The frustration and rage, it burns.
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