[Bf-committers] Commit overload

Antony Riakiotakis kalast at gmail.com
Fri Jan 3 23:21:45 CET 2014

For me I would say that if the commits have well separated additions then
it's OK, even if there's a flood.

There's also git rebase -i that allows you to squash commits together if
you haven't pushed them yet. I use it all the time for local branches since
I can commit often so as not to lose any work and squash the commits later
for nice trunk push.

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