Do You Know How to Use Git Merge — Squash? Git history to squash all the commits of your feature branch and merge them in the master branch, you can perform the following steps. I hope, you have understood the usage of git merge - squash <featureBranch>.
While working on a feature branch many times you come across a situation where you have to deliver a single commit from the feature branch to the master branch. But you have multiple commits for a single bug/feature in your feature branch. So let’s discuss how to squash multiple commits into a single commit in this article.
Let’s say you have two branches master and feature and their git commit history looks as below:
Since my articles on Git Rebase seem to be grabbing a lot of attention since the day 1, I thought of writing another article on Git Merge. If you don’t know how to rebase in Git, please check my last article on Git Rebase.
In this article we’ll be discussing git merge and git rebasecommands and when we should use them. git rebasedoes the same job as a git mergethat is merging the changes from one branch to another branch. The difference is that they do it very differently.
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In this article, I will explain to you a few differences between git merge, git rebase, and the git interactive rebase.I will tell a bit about what pros...
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