On Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 02:11:30AM -0700, nmh wrote:
> I cloned a git repository.
> I made some changes. I could see changes in git diff all okay.
> I did git commit -a and git review.
> I got one commit id and could see my patch submitted in gerrit.
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Now git status in my local directory says
> git status
> On branch bug/1777879
> nothing to commit, working directory clean
> Now i worked on review comments made some changes to few files.
> git status shows newly changed files.
> I want that the patch i am going to submit should show the files from prev 
> commit and the
> changed files from this commit.
> e.g a,b,c,d (Files in commit 1)
> d -> d' (in review rework)
> i want my patch to consist of - a, b,c,d'
> so I did 
> git commit --amend this time (Purpose is to submit a patch to earlier 
> commit- is it right to do it this way ?)
> git review 
> is this right ?
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This is a mailing list for git users... I'm sure there are quite a few
gerrit users here too, but if I were you I'd post this on some gerrit
mailing list instead. I suspect you'll have more luck with getting good
answers there.


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