> -----Original Message-----
> From: Johannes Sixt [mailto:j.s...@viscovery.net]
> Sent: 5. september 2013 10:57
> Please do not top-post.
> Am 9/5/2013 10:29, schrieb Jørgen Edelbo:
> > -----Original Message----- From: Johannes Sixt
> >> Am 9/2/2013 10:54, schrieb Joergen Edelbo:
> >>> Changes done:
> >>> Remove selection of branches to push - push always HEAD. This can be
> >>> justified by the fact that this far the most common thing to do.
> >> What are your plans to support a topic-based workflow? "Far the most
> >> common thing to happen" is that someone forgets to push completed
> >> topics. With this change, aren't those people forced to relinguish
> >> their current work because they have to checkout the completed topics
> >> to push them?
> > I am not quite sure what your concern is.
> When I have completed topics A and B, but forgot to push them, and now I
> am working on topic C, how do I push topics A and B?
> You say I can only push HEAD. I understand this that I have to stop work on C
> (perhaps commit or stash any unfinished work), then checkout A, push it,
> checkout B, push it, checkout C and unstash the unfinished work. If my
> understanding is correct, the new restriction is a no-go.
Ok, this way of working is not supported. It just never occurred to me that
you would work this way. Forgetting to push something that you have just
completed is very far from what I am used to. I think it comes most natural
to push what you have done before changing topic. The reason I make a commit
is to get it out of the door.
> -- Hannes
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