I typically deal with topic branches on a repo by repo basis.

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Kyle Marek-Spartz

On November 27, 2013 at 3:18:38 PM, Christoph Groth (christ...@grothesque.org) 
wrote:
>
>Hi,
>
>I like the idea behind "mr" a lot. For example, it was really easy to
>checkout the public part of joey's homedir on my machine. I would like
>to adopt something like you use to improve upon my current "unison"
>setup.
>
>I wonder how the users of "mr" deal with short-lived topic branches.
>Ideally, it should be possible to create a new topic branch on one
>machine, and then continue to work on it on some other machine.
>(Without editing .mrconfig in-between)
>
>Also, I wonder whether there is some way to use mr to sync one's
>homedirs (that contain git repositories with software projects) with
>occasional rebases. Sometimes I would like to squash all the commits of
>a topic branch together. Does anyone know a way to do this that works
>well with mr?
>
>Cheers,
>Christoph
>
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