Re: Converting to dgit
Sean Whitton writes ("Re: Converting to dgit"):
> It's not so much the number of commands, but the distraction: thinking
> about a patch queue while in the middle of thinking about actual bugs.
> Personally, I find that mentally significant.
People who are used to trying to make patch queues are used to
commiting "whatever random shit" in small commits, and then fixing it
up with tools like git-rebase -i --autosquash.
Personally I find myself doing this now even for my personal
projects. It means precisely that I can avoid thinking about too many
things at once. Later I get to review the commits again to see if
they make sense.
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