I’ve already written a time or two how you can use git rebase to change your commit history as you work. Handy handy.. I think everyone should know how to do that. Next up.. what if you pushed a commit and realize it’s not so great. First of all, everyone discourages this of course. The […]
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So there you are, using git to store, track and share your code with a few others. Maybe many others. You make a change, someone else makes a change, one or the other of you pulls the others changes and BAM.. you get that merge commit. It really isn’t harmful of course, but it cleans […]
So you just committed 15 things to your git repository and now you want to push your changes. Oops, commit #2 added your password file. Or perhaps you misspelled words in the commit message. Now, being a git expert, you think to yourself, I’ll just create a temporary branch, cherry-pick the commits that are correct, […]