On Wed, May 07, 2014 at 03:26:15PM -0500, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> Junio C Hamano wrote:
> > Your git-integrate might turn into something I could augment my
> > workflow with with some additions.
> > 
> >  - specifying a merge strategy per branch being merged;
> git-reintegrate[1] supports this.
> >  - support evil merges or picking a fix-up commit;
> git-reintegrate supports this.
> >  - leaving an empty commit only to leave comment in the history.
> Done[2].
> > and until that happens, I'll keep using the Reintegrate script found
> > in my 'todo' branch.
> My git-reintegrate supports everything John's git-integrate and in
> addition it supports generating the commands from an existing branch,
> like your Reintegrate. IOW; it's superior.

And yet the documentation is unchanged from the version you copied in
from git-integration.  Personally I would much rather use a project
which takes time to document all of the features rather than relying on
reading the code to figure out the options.

More features does not make a project superior.
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