[aur-general] [AUR4] remove commits in aur4. how?

Ido Rosen ido at kernel.org
Wed Jun 10 18:17:44 UTC 2015

I'm guessing, but AUR4 probably does not allow rewriting history
(non-fast-forward merges), or forced pushes.

On Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 2:02 PM, SpinFlo <sl1pkn07 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2015-06-10 19:26 GMT+02:00 Marcel Korpel <marcel.korpel at gmail.com>:
>> * Marcel Korpel <marcel.korpel at gmail.com> (Wed, 10 Jun 2015 19:25:30
>> +0200):
>>> $ git rebase -i HEAD~2
>>> This opens an editor with the last two commits, where you can squash a
>>> previous revision into a later one.
>> My bad, talked too soon: you actually squash a revision into a
>> *previous* one.
> Hi @marcel
> nope, not work, or I not understand how works :S
> when I edit with  git rebase -i HEAD~5, and changing pick with squash
> (only one leave with pick) and editing the message commit, say all is
> ok. but when try to push the changes in [aur4] get the same fail like
> a message OP
> any help?
> greetings

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