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Puddinglord36813dI 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” 😂
abelgeorge14513d@davenall yeah thats one thing I've learned to do instead of pushing every commit
CoffeeNcode809413dnot yet, but thanks for the idea!
karma752913dI mostly commit per feature
taigrr96913dI commit per change then rebase it to feature, ideally at least.
notlikethis102712dI'm in the bad people crowd of using Github as Dropbox.
But I pay them money, so I don't feel too bad.
Root3553512dOne 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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