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After using SVN for years I'm finally trying to learn Git. The tutorial explains how with Git you commit to your local repo for much of the time. I thought Git was supposed to make continuous integration easier, but if you're committing to a local repo for most of the time, isn't that tantamount to working in isolation and having more conflicts when merging with the central repo?

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Git doesn't impose any particular way of working on you. Most Git commands work on your local repository only, with only the push/pull/fetch commands actually doing things with a remote repository.

In particular, you can still push to a remote repository just as often as you would do a remote commit with Subversion.

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