Hi all,

I have a (public) "feature" branch that has been kept up-to-date with
"master" by regularly merging master back into it. I would now like to
get all the changes from feature but not any of the commits.
Basically, I want to replay all of feature's commits without creating
those commits.

I thought something like

git cherry-pick -n abcd^..feature

should do the trick (while on master, where abcd is the SHA-1 of the
commit where feature was created) but I get conflicts.

First, why the conflicts? I have done all the merges so cherry-pick
should simply be able to replay them? Second, what is the correct way
of doing this?


P.S. The most annoying thing is that I've done this exact thing before
but I can't find what command I used. :-)
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