New patch submission guidelines for D-Bus Core

Thiago Macieira thiago at
Wed Apr 16 14:46:22 PDT 2008

John (J5) Palmieri wrote:
>That will allow you to edit your last commit message.  If you have more
>than one commit to edit it is pretty hacky but you can output your
>formatted patches, use git-reset to reset your tree to the commit before
>your first patch, edit the the commit messages by hand in the patches
>and use git-am to apply them back to your tree.  There may be an easier
>way to do this but I haven't really looked into it.

git rebase -i origin

change the entries you want to edit to "edit".

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