[Kde-scm-interest] Re: Usage of pull rebasing and merges

Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. bss at iguanasuicide.net
Wed Feb 9 09:27:31 CET 2011

In <4D524734.30204 at viscovery.net>, Johannes Sixt wrote:
>In my book, a "nice" history is not when it is a linear string of changes,
>but rather when each commit represents a good (well tested) project state.
>If, after a rebase, you test only the tip commit, but not the N-1 other
>rebased commits, you do not conform to this definition of "nice".

I didn't know j6t was a fan of KDE.  I haven't heard from you since I left the 
git mailing list.

I agree with your definition of a good history, but git does no favors by 
automatically committing merges.  The merge is another state and needs to be 
tested before it is actually committed.
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