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Re: How does team maintenace of python module works?

On Wednesday, February 20, 2013 11:46:31 PM Barry Warsaw wrote:
> >At least with git, you know when you've rewritten history -- you're no
> >longer on the same commit.
> #9 on Steve Bennett's list is right on target IMHO, but I've had this
> discussion so many times before, I don't have much energy for it again.
> """
> 9. Git history is a bunch of lies
> The primary output of development work should be source code. Is a
> well-maintained history really such an important by-product? Most of the
> arguments for rebase, in particular, rely on aesthetic judgments about
> “messy merges” in the history, or “unreadable logs”. So rebase encourages
> you to lie in order to provide other developers with a “clean”,
> “uncluttered” history. Surely the correct solution is a better log output
> that can filter out these unwanted merges.
> """


I always liked this one http://netsplit.com/2009/02/17/git-sucks/ (enough to 
be able to find it 4 years later).

Scott K

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