Efficiently update, split, and rearrange git commits
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git revise is a git subcommand to efficiently update, split, and rearrange commits. It is heavily inspired by git rebase, however tries to be more efficient and ergonomic for patch-stack oriented workflows.
By default, git revise will apply staged changes to a target commit, updating HEAD to point at the revised history. It also supports splitting commits, and rewording commit messages.
Unlike git-rebase, git revise avoids modifying working directory and index state, performing all merges in-memory, and only writing them when necessary. This allows it to be significantly faster on large codebases, and avoid invalidating builds.
`sh $ pip install --user git-revise `
Documentation, including usage and examples, is hosted on [Read the Docs].
[Read the Docs]: https://git-revise.readthedocs.io/en/latest
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