Why not rebase instead of merge?

Stephen Paul Weber singpolyma at singpolyma.net
Mon Feb 25 16:13:02 CET 2013

Somebody claiming to be David Terei wrote:
>doing this allows me when working to make commits more arbitrarily,
>such that it suits my development flow. (e.g., a commit simply because
>I'm changing from workstation to laptop). Fixing up after the work is
>done can result in much nicer, more atomic commits. i.e., hindsight
>and all that.

Ah, this makes sense.  In the past I've seen people `rebase -i` to squash an 
entire feature branch into a single commit, and similar, which is less 

Stephen Paul Weber, @singpolyma
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