This is so cool, the absorb feature has finally landed:

gregoryszorc.com/blog/2018/11/

What it does: looks at your changes in your working directory and correctly absorbs them into the ancestor commits that touched the same files as your changes.

Great way to edit a stack of commits without having to manually sprinkle your changes across each individual commit!

This isn't , but here's a hashtag so that git users may stumble upon this feature.

@JordiGH I bet git will nick this sooner rather than later.

@stsp I hope they do, maybe that way my collaborators' commits will start looking better.

A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make $\pi z^2 \times a$ jokes.

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