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Git is an open-source DVCS (Distributed Version Control System)

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I'm basing my Git repo on A successful Git branching model and was wondering what happens if you have this situation: Say I'm developing on two feature branches A and B, and B requires code from A … . Since feature B doesn't touch code in feature A, is there a way to change the history at node Y by implementing the fix and still allowing the feature B branch to remain unmerged yet have the fixed code from feature A? Mildly related: Git bug branching convention …
asked Jun 24 '12 by Aram Kocharyan