Re: Git migration docs

Le jeudi 15 janvier 2009 à 22:57 +0100, Murray Cumming a écrit :
> On Thu, 2009-01-15 at 22:32 +0100, Mathias Hasselmann wrote:
> > So maybe we should just drop the old habit of creating large self
> > contained commits which require exhaustive ChangeLog entries: Micro
> > patches that focus on just one change are much easier to review.
> But shouldn't interdependent changes be reviewed together? I generally
> find that these many mini-commits make it hard for me to see the big
> picture. I tend to wish that the person had combined the many
> local-commits into one atomic commit when pushing it to the main
> repository.

Sometimes mini-commits makes sense, sometimes not...

What should prevent someone of writing a "prepare-ChangeLog"-like script
that cook up a subject line followed by a multiline content with file
names, and then launch a git-commit and pre-fill the commit message with
this content?


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