On Saturday, May 4, 2013 2:47:33 AM UTC-4, William Seiti Mizuta wrote:
> Hi Norah,
> you can use the interactive rebase to change a commit message. For this, 
> get the commit's hash of the commit before the one you want to change. For 

If you've already published these commits try to avoid rebasing. It creates 
a headache for everyone you're working with.

You can use git notes to add on a follow-up to an incorrect commit message 
and say something like `This commit message is incorrect. The correct info 
is....' Git notes are visible using the `git log' command, the gitk 
graphical tool, and GitHub--among others.



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