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    On 06/05/2012 07:34 AM, Andres G. Aragoneses wrote:
    <blockquote cite="mid:jqkqt2$n75$1@dough.gmane.org" type="cite">On
      05/06/12 02:26, Rob Wilkens wrote:
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      <blockquote type="cite">I submitted two unrelated fixes on the
        same pull request today which had
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        other fixes queued. I know that makes it more complicated to
        pull in the
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        changes if they're determined to be acceptable in the end
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      To prevent this, I recommend that you create a branch for each bug
      or feature you're working on. This way each of your pull requests
      can be based on a different branch and then you manage to achieve
      separation of concerns cleanly.
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    I'm trying that now using this documentation:<br>
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    Hopefully that's all i need to do this, because github wouldn't let
    me refork the original without my changes.<br>
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