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Old 23-06-16, 15:36   #1997
Nickotte
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Originally Posted by vvsgh View Post
I never push my workspace to published branches - it's too risky. Besides messing up the code for everyone else there is a risk to leak some private information. Use local branches for work and then pick only those things that you approve for publishing.
Well, as soon as I push a public feature branch it's gonna push all the edits that it's build upon. How do I prevent them from being tracked without changing someone else's .gitignore? Do I just not stage them and keep them forever in my tracker?

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