On 11/08/17 11:44, Denis Obrezkov wrote:

during our last meeting I didn't completely understand what to do
with my commits.

I have a set of commits made during the GSoC, they are, of course,
a bit chaotic. And the only last few commits make my code look better.
So, I have a question: should I take all my commits,
merge them into one big commit which changes the state of the code
from the initial to the current state? Or how should I clean my commit history?

Ideally, there should be a patch set, that can be integrated into RTEMS with clean, self-contained, well described and easy to review patches.

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