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1 point by shader 3866 days ago | link | parent

Thanks.

I already did the git rebase --abort as soon as it started complaining about something I new I didn't change.

What if master has changed since I started the branch? Should the command instead be 'git rebase --onto arc3.master mybranch~n mybranch'? Or does it not matter where the head of master is relative to the beginning of my branch? Should I rebase to the head of master first, and then move it over to arc3.master?

I guess the documentation on git rebase wasn't quite detailed enough for me ;)