On May 30, 2013 6:32 PM, "Paul Smith" <p...@mad-scientist.net>
> However, I've already pushed my branch to master. I know rebasing stuff
> you've already pushed is considered a no-no in general, but I can't
> avoid it. Does anyone have suggestions for how to make this work
> better? Should I be rebasing to a brand new branch, then merge that to
> master? Just rebase directly to master? None of the above? Something
> else entirely?
I don't understand why you don't do all this cleanup *before* you merge
There's no problem with rebasing published history per se, only with
rebasing history that someone else might have pulled into their own
history. You can rebase to your heart's content as long as you're on your
own branch, even of it does have to live on a remote server.
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