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How do I achieve/setup GitFlow in AzureDevOps repos with PR branch policies on master and develop?


How do I achieve/setup GitFlow in AzureDevOps repos with PR branch policies on master and develop?

By : Egor Bushmelev
Date : October 18 2020, 06:10 AM
To fix the issue you can do In our standards meeting at my organization, your question came up just the other day. After looking into it for a few hours, my best answer is that GitFlow is not going to be compatible with all the extras Azure DevOps provides with git repositories. After all, GitFlow is simply a set of standards and workflows for managing branches in a git repository. Azure DevOps is a specific implementation of git repositories with a bunch of extras layered on top. For instance, if you've applied branch policies to develop, then GitFlow Feature workflows will not allow you to complete a feature branch off of develop because the commit cannot be made, as you have discussed in your question. Additionally, you'll find that build and release pipelines are wired up to watch specific branches, which would not work well with GitFlow's release workflow.
You will need to do the same thing I am doing now - decide what standards, processes, and workflows work best for your team given the technologies on which you're reliant (e.g., Azure DevOps). To use GitFlow, you may have to create some funky standards for your group. For instance, you could create a Staging branch that all features are branched from. Then, you merge from Staging to Develop as needed with Pull Requests. At a certain point, however, I think you'll find that the things you have to do to make GitFlow work with the extras in Azure DevOps will cause more headaches and technical debt than just creating your own standards and processes.
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Gitflow - master and develop diverged

Gitflow - master and develop diverged


By : CrNT
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help The git-flow model naturally makes develop and master diverge. There is no way to follow that workflow and ensure that one of develop and master is always an ancestor of the other.
If you have a look at the commits that are in master and not in develop, you should see only merge commits:
code :
git log develop..master
git log --no-merges develop..master
Gitflow develop branch behind master after a release

Gitflow develop branch behind master after a release


By : Gauthier Thibaut
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times This will be fiction length, so my apologies. The short answer I'm submitting is the completion of a git flow release should result in develop being a commit ahead of master based on how git flow origniator Vincent Driessen implemented his own git-flow scripts.
What ... git-flow scripts?
code :
$ git log --oneline --graph --decorate
Why does the release branch need to be merged into develop branch when I use GitFlow?

Why does the release branch need to be merged into develop branch when I use GitFlow?


By : user2442900
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Your assertion that A, B, C, and D, are the same is incorrect (at least in the context of this diagram).
Between A and C, you will see that there are some commits. This is expected. While "testing" the release branch, it could be that there were some bugs identified which needed to be corrected prior to publishing. Or it could be that there was some maintenance work required, for example, updating a version number in source code, or similar.
On Azure DevOps Server 2019, how can I merge the master branch into develop branch WITHOUT its policies being applied?

On Azure DevOps Server 2019, how can I merge the master branch into develop branch WITHOUT its policies being applied?


By : user2915767
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps
how can I merge the master branch into develop branch WITHOUT its policies being applied?
GitFlow: Is there a way to automatically keep my local master/develop branches synced with remote branch?

GitFlow: Is there a way to automatically keep my local master/develop branches synced with remote branch?


By : user3494653
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help In the scenario where your local develop and master are "slaves" of the remote, I find it quicker to just delete the local branch and recreate it from the fetched remote branch. I even do this when working in a team and we do merge locally into develop. Before merging I throw away develop and check it out again from origin/develop with the other team members latest changes fetched.
Most clients (SourceTree, Git Extensions, Tower) feature an automated fetch. Therefore you only need to script the "delete and create-branch" from the locally fetched remote branch which will be always fresh.
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