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Discussion on: Git Workflow: How much change is too much change for one commit for you?

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Cristo Suarez

I commit every time I made a change and the application is still working properly, that way I can go back to a previous version that is working well if something go wrong.

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dAVE Inden Author

I like the idea of creating a safety net in case changes go wrong. Very cool.

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Rane Wallin

This pretty much what I do. If I start a task and it breaks everything, then my next commit is when I get it functioning again. Then I push when I have a complete feature. I guess.