Changing a Git Commit in the Past with Amend and Rebase Interactive. In this video we'll go over a few examples ranging from changing the last commit message to rebasing a commit sometime in the past.
Being able to amend your commits is a very useful skill to master because after developing a feature for a while you might decide that a specific commit in the past needs to be altered to add a recent change or perhaps you just want to fix a typo in the commit message.
It’s especially handy in local development to help you create useful commit messages before you push your changes since this does involve rewriting history.
By the end of this video you’ll be able to change your commits in a matter of seconds using the plain old
git client on the command line without needing any special tools or editor plugins.
Amend the most recent commit:
## [Add your changes with git add -p, etc.] ## Change the last commit with a new commit message. git commit --amend ## Change the last commit with the existing commit message. git commit --amend ---no-edit
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