Suppose I have a private repository and a public one. I develop using my
private repository, and at significant steps I do a commit in which I save
all, sources] and binaries. The reason for saving binaries is to allow to
recover a previously committed version without having then to rebuild all
binaries. When I have completed the development of a feature, I push it to
a public repository, one that is accessed by an integrator, that takes my
contributes and other developers' as well, and integrates all of them.
After having pulled all the contributed, the integrator always rebuilds the
binaries. Therefore, there is no need for me to push binaries from my
private repository to the public one, and for him to pull them. Is there a
way in git to avoid to push and pull binaries in this workflow?
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