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Rebasing in Git (Web Dev Rev wrap-up for March 26, 2021)

Rebasing is changing the base of a set of changes from one commit to another. The most common use is this: You've made a set of commits on a feature branch which was based on the latest development branch. Then, some commits were merged to the development branch. Now your feature branch is based on a commit that is no longer the latest. When you rebase, you are moving your feature branch commits onto the tip of the development branch again.

Rebasing in GitLab

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