Handy Tools - a suite of useful tools for IT-guys in their everyday work.
gem install htools
This is a smart variation of the
git rebase command. It helps to make the fastest painless
rebase from any branch.
The main idea is to create a
backup from your current branch. Then to re-create a new branch from the main that usually is
master and perform
cherry-pick from the
It works just for one
top commit (that is the common case when you work in your own
feature/###-super-feature branch). Of course, if it contains more commits, before running it you have to
squash them with help of
git rebase -i HEAD~2 (if you need to squash 2 first commits, etc).
A common scenario of developer daily routines is:
git checkout working-branch git checkout -b working-branch-bak git branch -D working-branch git rev-parse HEAD #=> 4e6d1c95e773c7a4ce7adf60d236b1736d0993ae git checkout master git pull origin master git checkout -b working-branch git cherry-pick 4e6d1c95e773c7a4ce7adf60d236b1736d0993ae
And magic command
gt-rbs do it for you, just type:
ht gt-rbs master working-branch
On any step, if something went wrong you can press
q and then recover all that you need from