Many people have asked about my git workflow, so here it is. Almost every command I run is an alias of some kind, but I explain them all. We'll go through a cycle of hacking, retroactively splitting commits, running tests over them, fetching from origin, rebasing over it, running tests over the new commits, and finally pushing. You can download my .gitconfig and the run-command-on-git-revisions script to use them yourself. Also see the "Source Code History Integrity" screencast for more on that topic.

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