Ok, thanks. So, even if my remote repo is a brand-new one and my local repo
is ages old with a lots of history, after the push the remote repo will have
all my history?

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Daniel Trezub
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On 13 February 2011 23:46, Jeenu <gro...@jeenuv.otherinbox.com> wrote:

>
>
> 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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