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re: Git Workflow: Should the history of commits show the real time of your work? VIEW POST

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re: IMO: Nope. If I need to track time, I will use a time tracker. Sometimes I will work on one thing, notice something different in a file I am work...
 

Thanks for sharing! This very much looks like my workflow and was part of why I asked this question. I sometimes go from one thing to another because of my process that when all completed builds out one thing, like a new feature for example. It would be really hard to commit things and work in a way to allow for this. Also, like others have noted there are tools in Git, like rebasing, that will change this metadata and make it no longer reflect reality and looking at the timestamps wouldn't matter then.

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