On Sun, Aug 14, 2005 at 12:02:33AM -0400, Ryan Anderson wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 13, 2005 at 10:35:50PM -0500, Steve French wrote:
> > 2) There is no way to update the comment field of a changeset after it
> > goes in (e.g. to add a bugzilla bug number for a bug that was opened
> > just after the fix went in).
> No, a commit is immutable. You can use "git format-patch" to rebase things if
> you need. I prefer to use "git format-patch --mbox", edit what I need
> to, then use git-applymbox to rebase it all against a clean tree.
Note (and I should have said this at first), doing it this way gives you
the opportunity to combine a few changes if you want.
Use git-format-patch-script to pull out what you want, delete the diff
from the bottom of the file, manually diff what you need using
git-diff-script, and stick that back at the end of the file
This seems to be the easiest way to clean up your change history.
sometimes Pug Majere
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