Merge or Cherry-Pick?

Parker Coates parker.coates at
Wed Feb 2 13:47:54 GMT 2011

On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 08:25, David Jarvie  wrote:
> I'd recommend maintaining a local 'master' branch which always mirrors the
> remote repository. Never do development in your local 'master' branch -
> always do your work in other local branches, and only merge/cherry-pick
> changes from them into the local 'master' once you are ready to push to
> the remote. That way, your local master always mirrors the remote, and you
> can choose exactly when and which commits to push.

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