Matt,

The nice part is that that if you have done 10 commits and need to back
out, then you can still look at that particular commit to see exactly what
you changed when installing that extension. You should be able to back
those changes out manually and commit them in another commit in this case.
This can be invaluable if you have made changes in later commits to the
same files that the extension modified and you need to keep those changes.

Regards,

Nate
On Tuesday, August 20, 2013 11:03:09 AM UTC-4, Matthew Dundas wrote:

Thanks i removed the JS / CSS references successfully.

Nate - this is interesting. I suppose the key point is not to include
anything else in the commit.
But what if i've done 10 commits since then. Doesn't it get hairy then?

-matt

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