Thank you both for your replies. Clearly I have more to learn about this,
and the learning curve is steep with Git! But I'll mull it over and let it
So what brought me down this road initially was going through the lessons
at http://pcottle.github.io/learnGitBranching/. In the "A Mixed Bag" series
of lessons, the first lesson is "Grabbing just 1 commit". The use case is
taking some buggy code, adding debug and print statements to it, tracking
down the bug and fixing it, then merging just the bug fixes back in to
master, without the debug and print statements.
The link above is a great visual tool, but now I'd like to see a tangible
example, because this use case is powerful if I can get it to work!
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