First - congratulations! You have done a tremendous amount of research, work, and innovation throughout this project. You pushed Forge hard, and improved it in many ways that I hope you recognize.

Second - Consider creating a git tag for GSoC so that you can keep hacking without waiting! Your work here has been amazing, and I hope you are excited because it's just the tip of the iceberg of what's possible!

Best wishes,

On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 3:55 PM, <> wrote:
Congratulations Jevgeni !

You did a really great job in this plugin. The docs are really fantastic also !
You have amazing skills to solve problems and we expect you to stay in touch with us :)

Best Regards,

George Gastaldi

On 08/21/2012 04:52 PM, Jevgeni Zelenkov wrote:
Hi all,

GSoC will officially end this Friday. No coding is allowed since
yesterday. So I would like to present the Plugin-undo for forge! Yes,
it lets you undo a forge command.

I created a small website which describes how it works here: There is also a screencast which
lasts less than a minute in case you have no time and just want to see
plugin-undo in action.

The Plugin-undo is implemented using Readme Driven Development
so it has a decent readme. Check it out to see usage examples and main

If you would like to know how plugin-undo works without looking into
the source code, check out this article about plugin-undo internals
(pictures included!):

The current version is for submission to GSoC. I am planning to keep
working on the plugin after GSoC. Currently usability improvements are
planned, such as a correct detection of forge commands which introduce
changes and removal of unnecessary intermediate commits. If you
discover a bug or would like to request a feature, please open an new

THANK YOU ALL for helping make this plugin a reality! It would have
been impossible without your support!

Jevgeni Zelenkov
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