Andreas Schwab <> writes:

> Christian Couder <> writes:
>> Yeah, at one point I wanted to have a command that created to craft a
>> new commit based on an existing one.
> This isn't hard to do, you only have to resort to plumbing:
> $ git cat-file commit fef11965da875c105c40f1a9550af1f5e34a6e62 | sed 
> s/bfae342c973b0be3c9e99d3d86ed2e6b152b4a6b/790c83cda92f95f1b4b91e2ddc056a52a99a055d/
>  | git hash-object -t commit --stdin -w
> bb45cc6356eac6c7fa432965090045306dab7026

Good.  I do not think an extra special-purpose command is welcome
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