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Branching, in revision control is the duplication of an object under revision control so that modifications can happen in parallel along both branches.

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The main advantages are you might have too large a team size, or want to work too many hours in the day, to keep busy by only delivering the required functionality. This problem is solved by adding l …
answered Apr 10 '14 by soru
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Short answer in git layman terms: your teal colleague is mistaken if they think they were only working on the 'invitation' branch. They were committing + pushing to master, and only then merging back …
answered Aug 16 '14 by soru
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Indeed I see this as the decisive reason why Feature Branching is a bad idea. Once a team is afraid to refactor to keep their code healthy they are on downward spiral with no pretty end. In the … quoted text, Martin Fowler is using 'Feature Branching' specifically to mean 'using dvcs branching to manage large-feature development in a way where one dvcs branch maps to one feature'. Which lots of …
answered Feb 17 '13 by soru
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Simple suggestion: don't do that. git branches are not for long-running forks of the code, as discussed here and https://blog.newrelic.com/2012/11/14/long-running-branches-considered-harmful/. Branch …
answered Jan 12 '16 by soru
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one repository with no relevant use of branching modules are compiled + linked together by maven based on version numbers, not the fact that the are all in the same directory tree. So you can have …
answered Jun 19 '15 by soru
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Source code repositories have branches, binary ones don't. So any part of your development plan that relies on branching can't rely on binary repositores for things that are in the scope of branches …
answered Feb 18 '14 by soru