Re: GNU ChangeLogs, commit logs and commits
]] Guillem Jover
| * Small logical unit commits (if it cannot be described fully in the
| short summary, then there's probably too many changes):
| - Others do not get put off by monster commits, or trying to mentally
| untangle the unrelated changes in their minds.
| - Makes it easier to verify for correctness, avoid regressions, etc.
| - Makes it easier to revert or cherry-pick if needed.
As buxy pointed out: how do you think we should do this wrt larger
features? In the past, you've wanted a squashed commit, is this still
Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are