The project I am working on is version controlled by SVN, and the unspoken rule at work is to commit only when a new stable feature is added (in order to have a "clean" revision history with no revert) so I work sometimes for a few days without commiting.
However I am kind of a commiting maniac (several commits per day on my previous git projects) and this workflow doesn't suit me. Ideally I would like to fork the project, commit unstable version under the "submarine repo" and merge into the stable one whenever the feature is stable enough ( my unstable commits must not appear in the stable repo). How can I do this ?
With Git : is it possible to use Git on the undercover unstable repo and SVN for the stabilized repo without conflicts between the two CVS during merges ?