On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 7:18 AM, Ilya Basin <basini...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I asked this on stackoverflow, but no reply.
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15971244/git-put-their-commits-after-my-commits-with-a-single-rebase-command
> Suppose master and origin/master diverged.
> I'm on master and I want to put the commits from origin/master after my 
> commits and then push --force.
>          A---B---C origin/master
>         /
>     D---E---F---G *master
> desired result:
>          A---B---C origin/master
>         /
>     D---E---F---G---A'---B'---C' *master

Note that if other people are working on top of origin/master, then
what you are proposing is quite rude to them, since they must now
manually rebase their own work on top of your rebased history.
Rewriting public history is generally considered evil.

> Variant 1:
>     git branch -f tmp
>     git reset --hard origin/master
>     git rebase tmp
> This variant is bad, because 'git reset --hard' checks out some files and 
> 'git rebase' rewrites them again before applying commits. It's a redundant 
> job.
> Variant 2:
>     git branch -f tmp origin/master
>     git rebase --onto master master tmp
>     git branch -f master
>     git checkout master
> Too many commands. I want to do this with just one command. And I want
> to stay be on branch master in case of rebase conflicts.

git cherry-pick master..origin/master


Johan Herland, <jo...@herland.net>
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