> From: "Jagadeesh N. Malakannavar" <mnjagade...@gmail.com>

> May I know how to delete one intermidate commit? 
> For ex: git one line log 
> c4ab7b9 commit 6
> a2396a2 commit 5
> 85020f2 commit 4
> 8779285 commit 3
> 4c0b83b commit 2
> 4498573 commit 1
> I want to delete 
> 8779285 commit 3
> how to do that?

The first thing is to specify what you mean by "delete a commit".  Do
you mean that you want the change (the delta) that was introduced by
87792 to be removed from the code that is the later commits?  Or do
you want to bundle the changes that were made in 87792 with the
changes in 85050 into one new commit?


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