> 2016-09-17 19:15 GMT+02:00 Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es>:
> The history of a repository is valuable, but flooding it with many
> oneliner changes makes it somewhat less useful. I sometimes do this
> with my personal and private projects, but if the code has to be seen
> by other people these microchanges are often more a nuisance for other
> readers as they add nothing to the history.
Ok, but how to you do this with your local repos? I mean
suppose you clone the auctex repo. And start a cool new feature in a
branch. Commit several times etc. then
- do you merge with master and send that patch (or push it)
- do you rebase and collapse.
- do it manually?
> That's different if you add oneliner fixes after the patch has been
> already installed into the repository, that little change cannot be
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