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I hacked together a couple of scripts that allow me to display a short description of the latest commit to my git source repository. It's quite unsophisticated, but works automatically (using git post-commit -hook), so I don't need to bother updating the info manually.

I created this really just for my own amusement, but I guess it allows people to better track the progress.
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Posted to Website on 02 Sep 2009 by aave
Latoya @ 03 Jul 2011 12:57 am
AFAIC that's the best asnewr so far!
Andreza @ 23 Sep 2012 10:54 pm
When starting a new feutare/project at my company we create a new branch and do all of our development there. We can then check things in/out as much as we desire without affecting the main branch. When our feutare is complete we deliver a build from our feutare branch to QA and they approve it. Once QA has approved the feutare, we get permission to merge our changes back into the main branch.Benefits:1. You can check in your code so you don't lose your changes!2. You are isolated from changes other people make to the code3. Your code can be approved/verified before it effects the main branch.Downsides:1. Merging can be a pain in the ass but i can't imagine its harder than 2 people working on the esame file in the same branch
XRumerTest @ 01 Jun 2014 05:46 am
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