On Wed, 4 May 2016 17:30:39 -0700 (PDT)
Moi <myon...@gmail.com> wrote:

> "
> *These per-customer branches contain customer-specific customizations 
> and receive "integration merges" from the "pristine" branch when
> needed 
> -- typically when a new bug fix or a feature gets implemented there.
> *"
> what does "integration merges" mean? Does it mean cherry pick those
> fixes from "pristine" branch to the per-customer branches?

In addition to what Gergely said, note that Git is good at detecting
code changes appeared in a code base via different means, so it's okay
to, say, cherry pick a change and later merge the branch from which you
have cherry-picked -- that won't produce a conflict even though the
same pile of changes would be about to applied again.

Repeated merges are okay, too.  Hence all other things equal, I'd go
with merges, too.

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