On 06/28/12 13:44, Philip Oakley wrote:
> You can use Grafts

Always happy to learn new git tricks.  Thanks!

This is a far better solution than my rebasing, though with similar
(albeit easier and cleaner) results if you plan to push anywhere.

>From what I read, the grafting doesn't get pushed, so you have to
then do a fast-export|fast-import pipeline to a virgin repository in
order to get a clean/pushable history.  But like a rebase, this
history won't exist elsewhere, so others' pulls will get
parallel/unrelated histories.


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