Dear All:

I have heard great things about this list:
http://kerneltrap.org/mailarchive/git/2008/6/4/2025514

I love git rebase --interactive, but would like to have the same
functionality for editing the actual diffs themselves (e.g., two
commits back).

Currently, I just do so by doing

git format-patch -k -o out origin

edit the patches

then do git am on each individual file.

If there is a better way, would love to know.

Thank you
Misha

p.s. I have looked some at the git add --interactive command, but at
the moment am not quite sure exactly how I could use it to, say, edit
a diff 3 commits back.

Any help much appreciated.

Thank you
Misha

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