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Added an optional <base> argument to all start subactions.
The only exception to the rule is git-flow-support, which has an explicitly required <base> argument (since we cannot deduce a sane default name for base). Furthermore, these <base> arguments are checked to refer to commits on: - develop (for feature, release) - master (for hotfix, support) Removed any occurrences of optional <base> arguments in finish subactions. The finishing target branches are clearly defined by the model. The <base> argument will probably confuse users. If they want the power to merge those feature branches into *other* branches then develop, for example, they can still use the magical power of Git itself for that. Gitflow should not provide such support.
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