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does anyone else purposely make separate commits and push to make their commit history darker shades of green? I think as new developer I have a disorder and bad habit.

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  • 4
    I don’t do it to inflate my commit history. My reason is I switch between two laptops constantly so the commit message usually says “Transferring work” 😂
  • 1
    @davenall yeah thats one thing I've learned to do instead of pushing every commit
  • 1
    not yet, but thanks for the idea!
  • 2
    I mostly commit per feature
  • 2
    I commit per change then rebase it to feature, ideally at least.
  • 1
    @taigrr bah, changes 👍
  • 2
    I'm in the bad people crowd of using Github as Dropbox.

    But I pay them money, so I don't feel too bad.
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    One change per commit.
    Keeps history and blame clean and readable. Makes reverts and cherry-picks easier, too.

    I also enjoy seeing "merged 36 commits" 😋
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