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git cherry-pick

 
Apply the changes introduced by existing commits to the current branch. To apply changes to another branch, first use git checkout to switch to the desired branch. More information: https://git-scm.com/docs/git-cherry-pick.
 
  • Apply a commit to the current branch:
     
    git cherry-pick {{commit}}
     
  • Apply a range of commits to the current branch (see also git rebase --onto):
     
    git cherry-pick {{start_commit}}~..{{end_commit}}
     
  • Apply multiple (non-sequential) commits to the current branch:
     
    git cherry-pick {{commit_1}} {{commit_2}}
     
  • Add the changes of a commit to the working directory, without creating a commit:
     
    git cherry-pick -n {{commit}}

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