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    Yes, I noticed it too with Github, sometimes you need to wait a little. The changes don't show up right away.
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    I get the same "changed" state with vec3, even in its reborn form. Pure. Mystery

    I could give pull request to normalize it my way... but then I wonder what happens to Kent


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    Petr, I downloaded zips of the repositories, so if you need to request to pull, go ahead, if it messes me up, I will be ok with backups.

    Michael thanks for letting me know you noticed similar behavior, this way I know it is not something on my end.
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    Kent,

    I restarted the Git client and the problem is gone! So I could prepare pull request for you, here:
    https://github.com/kryton9/thinBasic-cVec/pull/1

    It basically keeps the same functionality (unit tests are passing) while reducing code complexity.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Petr Schreiber View Post
    Kent,

    I restarted the Git client and the problem is gone! So I could prepare pull request for you, here:
    https://github.com/kryton9/thinBasic-cVec/pull/1

    It basically keeps the same functionality (unit tests are passing) while reducing code complexity.


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    Thanks Petr, superb job. Really cleaned it up, thanks so much!
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