On 22/7/10 20:23, "Alan Hawrylyshen" <a...@polyphase.ca> wrote:

> On Jul 19, 2010, at 09:29, Roddie Grant wrote:
>> My recent brush with a forgotten stash has led me to consider again an issue
>> which I've never really got a complete answer to - how much information (if
>> any) about a project should be kept outside Git.
>> IOW do developers keep a note (on paper, spreadsheet, database?) of how
>> branches inter-relate, their purpose and so on.
> yes - absolutely - for any sizable project, I typically have an issue tracker
> (redmine, jira, bugzilla, trac, whatever) and an open issue for every defect
> and planned unit of work (feature, etc).
> We don't delete these branches, since they capture the development history.
Thanks Alan. I'll have to look at closer integration between issue tracker
and Git. Do you get duplication of information between Git and your issue

If you have a branch for every issue and every feature and then never delete
them, don't you end up with an unmanageable number of branches?


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