On Friday, July 20, 2012 9:16:54 PM UTC+2, git-guy wrote:
> hi guys how i can change old message in some old commits.
> i tried follow one tutorial but totaly wrong
> he say:
> *git rebase -i <commit>:*
> *chosse edit in commit wants change*
> *after: * *git commit –amend*:
> anyway this commands i only can change the last 2 commits, strange.
Which tutorial is this?
Try this one:
> someone knows how a can change specific commit?
> another thing, i saw in my three show *master | rebase.
> and not desapear that as well, someone can help me?
I suspect that you are in "rebase mode". That is, you're in the middle of
rewriting som history, and Git is waiting for you to type things like "git
rebase --abort" or "git rebase --continue". If you just want to get out of
this mode, I reckon also a "git reset --hard master" should get you back to
how you left things in master branch.
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