On Mon, Jul 11, 2005 at 08:41:43PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> When I start working on something I often do not know what the
> thing I am going to work on ends up to be. So I would start
> from v2.6.12 tag, do random hacking, and when I got into a
> reasonable shape, I would say ``Ok, this is worth saving. Let's
> name it "foobar" branch and continue.'' And I would probably
> switch to some other subproject when an urgent bugfix comes in,
> and I would not want to lose my "master" _then_. So (the
> "branch" one has been revised):
Isn't that what a tag is for?
o Make a sandbox
o Commit cool changes
o Tag the last commit object
o Throw sandbox away.
o Push changes or generate patch based on the tag
The change is that we can create a sandbox by giving it a starting
point, a tag. If we decide we want to keep working on this branch,
all we'd have to do is go back to that tag, although I admit it may
seem sloppy to have to create a new branch from a tag'd commit that we
originally part of a branch.
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