On Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:44:15 AM UTC+4, Gergely Polonkai wrote:

> I have a fresh repository, with only three commits. I made a mistake, as the 
> first two commits should be one. Normally I would do that with an interactive 
> rebase, but in this case I cannot use origin/master (as there are no remotes 
> yet), neither HEAD^^^ as it refers to no commits (I cannot go beyond the 
> first one). Although I could easily remove the whole .git directory and start 
> from scratch (my 3rd commit only adds a new .gitignore file), I'd like to 
> know if this is possible at all.


    git rebase -i --root

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