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Find the right parent of a merge commit in a non-interactive way


Find the right parent of a merge commit in a non-interactive way

By : Peter Kjær
Date : November 19 2020, 01:01 AM
With these it helps I found that there is no reliable way to do this, because git sees each parent as an equal, and it just uses them in whatever order it gets them.
So I ended up doing it manually, as described above.
code :


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Interactive merge with SVN to merge commit by commit

Interactive merge with SVN to merge commit by commit


By : koky
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , No, I doubt any tool does this exactly as you describe - why would they when you can a) replicate the functionality by merging 1 revision at a time anyway, b) prefer to make the commit a manual process so the operator can check the merged results. Having merges commit automatically is just slightly optimistic.
You could write such a tool with script - for each revision, merge, fetch original log comment, commit.
Merge commit without parent

Merge commit without parent


By : user3645656
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Use cherry-pick
code :
git checkout -b branch2 <shaSUM of A>
git cherry-pick <shaSUM of C>
Find merge commit which include a specific commit

Find merge commit which include a specific commit


By : user3880603
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Your example shows that the branch feature is still available.
In that case h is the last result of:
code :
git log master ^feature --ancestry-path
git log <SHA-1_for_c>..master --ancestry-path --merges
git rev-list <SHA-1_for_c>..master --ancestry-path

git rev-list <SHA-1_for_c>..master --first-parent
perl -ne 'print if ($seen{$_} .= @ARGV) =~ /10$/'  file1 file2
Git skips merge commit when squashing using interactive rebase

Git skips merge commit when squashing using interactive rebase


By : RPAZ
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Git does not show merge commits in the "interactive" list by design. It instead includes all commits that were brought into the branch by that merge. You can use -p (--preserve-merges) option to change that behavior, but it is not recommended in interactive mode, because the result may be not that obvious (see http://git-scm.com/docs/git-rebase#_bugs).
But there is a simple solution without rebasing:
code :
# make sure your working copy is clean, do git stash if needed
git checkout feature1
git reset --soft ff2f539
git commit -m "..."
How to find last commit on a branch prior to a given merge commit

How to find last commit on a branch prior to a given merge commit


By : Raeghin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine Based on comments, it seems as though I misread your question regarding what commit 92dd09b identifies. I've kept my original answer below to avoid making the comment conversations even more confusing. But based on my current understanding, you really have
code :
                              ... x
                                   \
x -- x -- x -- A -- 92dd09b -- x -- M2 -- x <--(develop)
                   /
         ... x -- B <--(branch)
git log --first-parent
git show 92dd09b~
x -- x -- x -- A <--(develop)
x -- x -- x -- A <--(develop)

   ... x -- 92dd09b <--(branch)
x -- x -- x -- A -- M1 <--(develop)
                   /
   ... x -- 92dd09b <--(branch)
                        ... x
                             \
x -- x -- x -- A -- M1 -- x -- M2 -- x <--(develop)
                   /
   ... x -- 92dd09b <--(branch)
git log --merges --format=%p develop
git log --merges --format=%p develop |grep 92dd09b$ |cut -d" " -f1
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