Very Limited Scope of Context:We don't do anything special in the push. We are just fast-forwarding the master branch and there is only one branch (master). (The powers-that-be are doing their own change control (ie, file locking) and only care to copy files to the worktree of master, git-add, git-commit, and git-push to canonical.) They have created a change control menu that only uses git to 'check out' source and to 'commit source' automatically via scripts. They are doing the merges manually and not using git for that so there is no 'merging of master' going on as far as git is concerned. They're basically using git to replace cvs in their legacy change control so they don't wish to use any git functionality like branches, merges, etc, at this time. I think they are just using git checkout, git add, git commit, to say they have put the changes into a 'change control repository'.
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