2013/5/18 Dale R. Worley <wor...@alum.mit.edu>

> perimenting with using Git as a backup tool (by automatically
> snapshotting my home directory), I've generated a long branch which is
> a series of commits that record states of my home directory.
> Actually, I've got *two* such branches.
> It would be very convenient if I could assemble the two series of
> commits in time-order to form one branch that covers the total time
> interval.  I figure there is a 10% chance that there is some Git tool
> that happens to make this really easy, and so I should ask before I
> write a script to do the job manually.

mmm i think you have 2 ways

just a simple merge

go to your final branch (named branch1)

git checkout branch1

- next, merge

git merge branch2

then, continue using branch1...

or use rebase if you want track all comits


read it, :D

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