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Re: [PATCH] Enhancement: automatic polyphony in different \...Staffconte

From: Trevor Daniels
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Enhancement: automatic polyphony in different \...Staffcontexts
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2009 09:55:13 +0100

Carl Sorensen wrote Monday, August 24, 2009 1:25 AM

From: Trevor Daniels address@hidden

Not sure these rebases are necessary if
you are going to use cherrypick rather
than merge.

Yes, your method works OK.

I use the rebase to get all of my work into a single commit, instead of having multiple commits to cherry-pick.

Ah, right. I use the 'Amend last commit' radio button in git gui to group my changes together as I go. I usually save my edits-so-far with a commit message "in progress", then click the
Amend button whenever I resume.

But you have far more complicated commits than
I do, so you probably need several separate commits.

It seems that git, like perl, has the implicit slogan TMTOWTDI (There's more than one way to do it).

Indeed. We all find whichever way we're most comfortable with. It's good to exchange ideas



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