[PKG-Openstack-devel] Improving the infra CI/CD for Deb packaging
novy at ondrej.org
Sun Feb 26 10:19:28 UTC 2017
2017-02-23 16:59 GMT+01:00 Thomas Goirand <zigo at debian.org>:
> It is my view that it makes the git history a lot more dirty.
why use as small commits as possible:
- it's possible to cherry-pick single change to other branch / repository
- it's possible to revert single change
- it's possible to use git-bisect
If you open Google you will find many good arguments why "as small as
possible" commits is really good idea.
For example I really like flow used in pkg-multimedia team. They are not
editing d/changelog, but just before release they call git-dch. Then it's
really simple to cherry-pick changes between branches, reverting, ... And
one line in d/changelog = one commit.
Is there anyone else in this list who agrees with Thomas about "big fat"
commits is better?
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