news from the topic experiment
long.vu at intelerad.com
Fri Sep 23 12:08:58 EDT 2016
On Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 11:50 AM, Long Vu <long.vu at intelerad.com> wrote:
> I emulate git lightweight branching by basically using named branch
> with evolve and working on the fork of the "master" repo.
We only enable evolve and non-publishing on the fork repo to make sure
we can not alter history on the master repo where the releases are
We have one bug/feature per branch on the fork repo so it's very easy
to manage when we have many concurrent bugs/projects to juggle.
Since we push often to this fork repo, it's like having backup of the
work on our machine and taking last minute day off is easy because the
other person have all the latest code to continue the work without
having to hunt where we store that ongoing work on our machine.
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