|Re: Remove/add file to some commit [message #1795345 is a reply to message #1795244]
||Thu, 20 September 2018 15:41
| Dmitry Katsubo
Registered: November 2010
In the project/package explorer, there's "<context menu>→Replace with...→ Previous revision".
I think you miss something. Once you have started interactive rebase, there is no Replace with...→ Previous revision
There are also "Branch, Tag, or Reference..." or "Commit..." in that context menu.
I don't see those items. Again, when not in interactive rebase, they are present.
So the question how to modify commit deeper than HEAD is still an open question.
As for interactive rebase, how can I do the following. Suppose we have commits:
Now I want the group of files to be removed from the commit A3 and added to commit A2. Or (if other commits namely A2, A1 are just replayed / picked) left as unstaged changes on HEAD.
[Updated on: Thu, 20 September 2018 15:43]
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