Thursday, September 27, 2018

When to amend/squash commits and how to maintain a clean PR

I always like to improve the development process with the git and a strong believer in the clean code.
Something which I always insist during my PR review is - maintain the clean git history by avoiding the unnecessary indivual commits. 

Broadly, we can follow these 2 rules:

  1. amend/squash commits if they don't add semantic value to the PR
  2. Always rebase the PR before you push to the server

Below article exactly reflects my thought on this.

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