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Thu, 28 Jan 2010 10:53:46 +0900
[I posted this question to a thread in the ding (gnus) list, but thought
I'd ask it here too.]
One thing that concerns me is the anti-rebasing dogma that one hears
from canonical. Does anybody know if it's just dogma, or does bzr
actually have technical problems with rebasing?
I ask because for the common small random commits case, it seems _much_
better to just commit to the trunk locally and rebase these local
commits on pulling from the main repository; the "keep N branches and
merge back and forth, even for trivial commits" recipe that is
apparently advocated for emacs seems like a huge annoyance.