After doing "git pull" and getting merge patches, and then trying
to add my changes, prepare a patch, commit it and run "git-review -f
master" (I am
working with gerrit), I am getting this message:

git-review --dry-run -f master
You have more than one commit that you are about to submit.
The outstanding commits are:

995f903 (HEAD, remove_my_module_parameter) test
0869068 (master) Merge branch 'master' of ssh://zzz.xxx.com:29418/devbranch
733edbc add remove_my_module_parameter in my module

Is this really what you meant to do?
Type 'yes' to confirm:

Why am I getting "You have more than one commit that you are about to submit." ?
Is there a way to avoid it ?


Regards,
Kevin

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