On 14 April 2015 at 17:33, leam hall <leamh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Working on a project that's importing code from an older project. There are
> 2-3 dozen small bits and we're trying to add some functionality and clean up
> the code in each small bit. Would it make sense to make each small bit it's
> own branch? The theory is that as each branch becomes workable it gets
> merged into master. That way no user pulls code that doesn't work and gets a
> bad impression of the project.

That sound like a perfectly workable strategy.  The only thing to
decide is if you are going to merge the branches before push, or
rebase them.


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