Hi,

I was wondering if it's possible to squash a branch when I have
another branch coming off.  To borrow from the manual & modify their
picture a bit, this is basically what I want to happen.

                       H---I  anotherTopic
                     /
         A---B---C topic
         /
    D---E---F---G master

              H'---I'  anotherTopic
             /
          M' topic
         /
    D---E---F---G master

Basically, A,B, and C are a bunch of little commits that I no longer
care about.  But if I rebase and amend patches, I think the histories
of topic and anotherTopic will diverge. My motivation is to de-clutter
the tree view of my branches and hopefully make rebase operations a
little less intimidating looking.

Thanks!

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