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From kinow <>
Subject [GitHub] commons-lang issue #311: LANG-1373 Stopwatch based capability for nested, na...
Date Wed, 21 Feb 2018 22:09:12 GMT
Github user kinow commented on the issue:
    I would run something like `git rebase -i HEAD~123` where 123 is the number of commits
I'm going back. Then squash the commits into a single one, discarding commit messages. Finally,
would use a single commit message like "LANG-1373: The description here...". And then `git
fetch --all` followed by a `git rebase origin/master` to make sure it's at the most recent
change in the remote repository as well. If no merge conflicts, you can simply `push -f` to
your branch, and that should do it.
    In case you are concerned about losing your changes, just do from your branch a `git checkout
-b backup-1373` or some other name, `git checkout -` to go back to your branch, and give it
a try (or do it in the other branch, whichever you prefer)


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