On Feb 14, 5:15 am, Daniel Trezub <daniel...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's always good to have your release/master branch to have a linear
>
> > history.
>
> Why? Does it make things easier when pushing to the remote repo?

It's got nothing to do with pushing. It's just that your graph will
look tidy and it'll more readable as well. Git will push your commit
graph to the server however it looks.

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Jeenu

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