Hi all,

Please help me find the right tool(s) for the workflow I'll be
describing below.

I have a set of commits on a branch 'y' which is a copy of
branch 'x'. There also exists a remote branch 'origin/x'. The branch
'origin/x' is constantly rebased. So, as I understand, I won't be able
to create a tracking branch for of such a remote branch and use git
pull. Right ?

So, I delete the local branch x and create it afresh from the branch
'origin/x' everytime it's rebased.

Now, I want to rebase my commits in branch 'y' on top of the new branch
'x'. This I think wouldn't work as the branch 'y' can't be fast

How else can I achieve this ?

Thank you,
Balaji Rao

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