I have been working with software for about 8 years and git for almost 6 years. I feel like I know git like the back of my hand.
I started at a new company about a year ago and my coworkers don't seem to know git that well. Recently there is a build that just started failing and I investigated using git and found where everything went wrong and posted it.
It seems like nobody believes me since I am more new but I literally post the exact commits where things went wrong but still no one listens. I think some people are offended about their code being wrong instead of just trying to get things working right. Like I really don't care whose code is right or wrong I just want to show what happened.
Do you think I was in the wrong for informing everyone on where things went wrong?
The project I work in at my company is so outdated and code is just bad. Since it is literally hundreds of 1000s of lines of code, it would take forever to clean up. We really just need to start from scratch but I do not have the authority to make that decision and our superiors won't make this decision. Do you think I should find a new job working for a company that actually has it together with their code? Or should I just stick it out?