You're better off thinking about the *commits* that you want to pull into 
the current branch.

One way is to cherry-pick the commits where you added the files:

git cherry-pick <sha>

This is nice if you want to pull in a single commit or two.

Alternatively, if you want to dive into more the more advanced rebase --onto 
technique, have a look at:

http://learn.github.com/p/rebasing.html

See the section "more interesting rebases". That's tricky stuff though, you 
probably want to play around and learn more about git-rebase before you get 
there.

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