How do you deal with incomplete commits?
thomas.friedrichsmeier at kdemail.net
Sat Oct 31 16:03:20 GMT 2020
Am Sat, 31 Oct 2020 16:38:09 +0100
schrieb Thomas Baumgart <thb at net-bembel.de>:
> Reading your question over and over, I don't see where git is
> mentioned :) This leads to a short answer: self-discipline.
> My impression is that you look for a some magic feature in git that
> forces you to clean up in time. Not sure if something like that
fair enough. And yes, I am looking for some magic feature in git. If
that doesn't yet exist, then how about adding a hook (server-side) that
will reject any commit containing "NOPUSH" (or whatever) in the commit
Of course, if I'm the only one to be this sloppy, I'll have to resort
to the knots-in-the-handkerchief-method, after all...
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