Am 8/9/2013 12:03, schrieb shawn wilson:
> The question still stands though - why is that unassociated commit left there?

Because your command did not remove it. filter-branch does not know that
it is "unassociated" when you ask it to follow all commits beginning at
HEAD. But when you say 'HEAD --', you ask it to follow only
commits that touch, which automatically skips that commit.

-- Hannes
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