|Question "What is a Working Branch?" [message #5851]
||Tue, 22 April 2008 17:57
| Donald Dunne
Registered: July 2009
A working branch is simply a sandbox area for a users to make changes |
and perform reviews before committing to the baseline branch.
On complex systems engineering, requirements, and other artifacts, can
be developed by hundreds of engineers. To have requirements "locked"
while they are being modified by one user can cause significant delays
in schedule. The need for parallel development (multiple users working
on the same requirements) is a necessity to keeping a project moving
forward. In addition, users making mistakes need the ability to revert
or throw away their changes and start over without polluting the
baseline branch and teams also need the ablity to review changes before
committing them to main baseline. This is done using working branches.
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