DataKitchen contents (Recipes) adhere to Git version control as a product of a distinct, foundational Git branch underpinning each kitchen. Each kitchen's history displays the history of commits associated with its Git branch.
Updates are Commits
DataKitchen refers to commits as updates. This is both to simplify terminology for non-technical users, and also because updates include levels of DataKitchen recipe validations not supported when using Git directly.
For the sake of clarity for non-technical users, DataKitchen commits are called updates.
The Kitchen History summary provides a longitudinal view of a kitchen's update history, with the latest update appearing first. The summary view delineates the history based on date. Each entry also includes the username of the update author and an update message.
See the updates applied across recipes in a kitchen for a specified user.
Filter a kitchen's history searching across update messages.
Click on any individual update from the summary view to review that update's details. Each update detail view contains:
- A default or user-entered change description
- The datetime of the update
- An update ID
- An indication of the file(s) included
- Highlighted changes
Deep-Linked Update History
Each update's detail view is located at a unique URL, facilitating collaboration across teams working to build a recipe-variation assembly line.
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