We have been using
quite some time now as it provides well defined conventions as well as
tools to help following them, actually,
git-flow is a widely
available extension to git commands. See the
its usage, and my friend’s Thibaud
Using it together with semantic versioning, makes it a powerful tool.
Working on my prolusion, and
browsing for MELPA packages, I realized that
magit extensions exist to use
git-flow right within Emacs !
this commit for
changes and make sure to update your prolusion !
The point is to use
C-f while in
*magit:status-mode* to get them
up and running! Let me remind that using prolusion, you switch to
*magit:status-mode* for your file’s current repository using:
m. Then use
? to get all available actions, and
q to quit current