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Re: VC mode and git

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: VC mode and git
Date: Sat, 04 Apr 2015 10:48:03 -0400

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  > > I always commit an entire changeset -- that's why I use vc-dir -- but
  > > the changeset is often not all of the files I have edited.  Over a few
  > > weeks I may have fixed a few bugs in different files.  I commit the
  > > different fixes separately.

  > Do you also push each such commit immediately, or do you wait for all
  > of the fixes to be ready and committed, and then push them all in one
  > go?

I have only once tried to install changes with Git, so there is no
"usual" answer.  This time, I committed two or three change sets,
separately.  Then I think I did a pull again.

  >   I'd suggest
  > to hold off your ChangeLog entries until just before you commit the
  > changeset, because most conflicts are caused by ChangeLog's.

That's what I always do.

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