Am 19.06.2016 um 02:01 schrieb Eliot Miranda <eliot.miranda@gmail.com>:

Hi All,

    fixing callbacks on x64 and so too lazy/focussed elsewhere to check whether I should be pushing after each commit.  What is the right process for uploading changes to OpenSmalltalk/vm?
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best, Eliot

A commit is associated with a comment. So commits should be rather small and describing the change. Most of the time there are some changes/commits that only make sense when being together. This would be the view from the build server or from the process of having buildable artifacts all the time. So you can see it as freedom to have a commit that breaks the software which can be build after 5 more commits. So no problem for the world if you push 5 commits at once.

Hope that helps,

Norbert