I m working on the the branch "ABC" say and I want changes made by the
commits 1 and 5 from "ABC" and remove the 2,3 & 4.
On Monday, 15 July 2013 17:32:46 UTC+5:30, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> On Mon, 15 Jul 2013 04:17:36 -0700 (PDT)
> > I have made many commits but now i need to do rebase and when i do
> > rebase it says "current branch is already updated."
> How exactly do you do rebasing? Looks you're trying to rebase onto an
> origin branch which were not updated since you forked your feature
> branch off it, so there's no need for rebasing.
> > My work flow is like i clone a project from git and start working on
> > its branch.
> > 1. First commit
> > 2. Second commit
> > 3. Third commit
> > 4. fourth commit
> > 5. Fifth commit
> > But now i want to rebase and want to merge the first and last commit
> > and remove the all middle commits.
> You chose bad wording to it's not exactly clear what you really want to
> Do you want to prettify your development history (so that the
> *changes* commits 2 through 4 introduce are kept but there are
> no records of these separate commits in the history) or do you want to
> completely evaporate the changes they introduce and just transfer the
> changes made by the commits 1 and 5 from your development branch to
> some other branch? Or do you want to rebase your development branch
> onto some other branch (its origin branch may be) but keep only commits
> 1 and 5 as the result of rebasing? If yes, should the changes made by
> commits 2-4 be kept or not?
> Please be way more specific.
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