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Copying commits to new branches

Rebasing is the process of taking all changes committed on one branch and copying them to a new branch.

Run the git rebase command and add the -i option to rewrite, replace, delete, and merge individual commits in the history.

You can also use the rebase command to:

  • Rewrite a past commit message
  • Squash a group of commits together
  • Add files that have not been committed
Diagram of reabsing.
Diagram of identifying a commit to rewrite.
Identify the commit you want to rewrite and run the git rebase -i command.

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