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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] using arch when commuting frequently between statio

From: Alexander Deruwe
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] using arch when commuting frequently between stations
Date: Sun, 7 Sep 2003 00:53:33 +0200
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On Sun, Sep 07, 2003 at 12:26:46AM +0200, Denys Duchier wrote:
> Mark, thanks a lot for your illustrations.  They are really helpful
> and make things a lot clearer for me.  One part with which I have
> absolutely zero experience is: what happens when you want to commit a
> "clean" changeset into the "clean" branch?  How does one do that? Is
> that hard?  I can see that the working branches are going to be a
> little weird because the commits are not logical but merely dictated
> by whatever work you have been doing.  You probably don't want to use
> any specific changeset from the working branches.  Instead, you want
> to extract and rationalize "logical" changesets and apply them to the
> "clean" branch.  That's the part which I find most difficult to see
> how to accomplish.

You might have branches for each logical part of the work you've been
doing.  Then you could star-merge back to your main development branch
at (for example) milestones.


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