From: "Sam Roberts" <vieuxt...@gmail.com>
On Fri, Aug 9, 2013 at 12:04 AM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
What I would like to know is:
Is this at all possible?
If so, can someone point me in the right direction?
Decent description is at http://progit.org/2010/03/17/replace.html,
though most of the post is actually about how to split histories apart
and manipulate them, useful in itself.
Maybe useful, too:
In addition, it should be noted that 'git replace' can replace a merge
commit with a single parent commit and vice versa, so that grafts and
replace are interchangeable techniques (at that level of control).
For some the problem is the step that 'fakes up' the extra merge commit
that is required by 'git replace' which isn't needed by grafts (which
simply lists the parents). The problem being the need for an "ours" or a
"theirs" strategy when creating the merge, and "theirs" doesn't even
(original poster of that SO question...)
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