it is beneficial to preserve nicely organized logical commits in pull requests

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Although it makes sense for pull requests to be squashed when they are made of multiple incremental commits added each time a reviewer asked for a change, it should not be a requirement.

In the past it was difficult for the reviewer to visualize the changes after the author of the pull request force pushed a commit series with just a typo change. But it can now conveniently be seen when clicking on the *force-pushed* link added in the pull request comments. It only displays the diff between the old commit and the new one that was force pushed.

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singuliere singuliere
February 22, 2019, 10:14 AM

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