On 8 Jul 2013 16:44, "leam hall" <leamh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Okay, newbie question. Organization "Foo" has developers Sam, Fred, and
Guido. The org clones Project X and over time realizes their own branch
needs to be separate from the project for a while. Sam, Fred, and Guido
each branch their code for the parts of the project they are working on.
> When Foo decides X-Foo is ready to merge with the master, can the three
developers merge their changes into Foo's branch, and then merge the
corporate branch into the project? Assuming everyone is willing, of course.
> Leam


merging is not specific to the "master" branch. Actually, master is no
different from any other branch except that it gets created automatically
upon git init. So yes, any developer branch can be merged into any other
branch (company-wide, or an other dev's branch).


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