Subject: [boost] [Git] Pull requests and rebasing
From: John Maddock (jz.maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-04-16 07:00:03
So I have a rebase vs pull question:
Lets say I have a PR, if I merge that to my local tree using "git pull
--rebase remote-repro branch-name" then I get a nice clean history
locally without those pesky merge commits cluttering everything up. But...
Now I can't fast-forward when I push to the remote, *because I've
changed the existing history of the develop branch*. Would this not be
a) bad form, and b) potentially dangerous to push to the remote develop
Still don't understand Git yours, John.
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