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[example message], this is what I was talking about! It’s really helpful with all the merge conflicts we have right now. Can’t wait until they’re resolved! Nice job :)”
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This merge is necessary because:
The project team has determined that a merged branch will provide the best results for both teams based on current progress.
We have not yet finalized our decision, but this step ensures that we can implement it quickly and easily if needed. If this strategy doesn’t work, then we can make another change to course correction as appropriate.
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This integration process should be minimally disruptive to any other ongoing projects or tasks in order for all stakeholders (e.g., developers) to continue working efficiently with minimal risk of interruption or confusion about what’s required next from them at their part in the processes involved in merging two branches together into one new centralized repository/branching model designed This is the description for this blog post.
It has been said that to err is human, but to really screw things up you need a computer. This axiom holds true when it comes to branching and merging large projects like git repositories with hundreds of files in them. Git developers have created backup strategies so they don’t miss out on any important changes made by their co-workers during long periods of time spent working alone or offline.
To make sure we are all aware of what our fellow humans do in between our interactions, developers use commit messages as reminders of why certain merges were necessary–or at least desirable from an architectural standpoint (like removing cruft). In some cases these messages can also be used as descriptions.