> Isn't what you're doing a perfect fit for rebasing [1]?
> That is, you keep your changes as a series of commits on top of your
> "upstream" branch and each time you're about to bring upstream changes
> in, you rebase your local branch on top on the updated upstream branch.
> 1. http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Branching-Rebasing

Yes it can do the work, but I afraid that it gets messy in a
collaborative work as said at the end of the article. I prefer to
maintain my patches using Quilt so everything is clear.


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