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How can we create partially commit's pull request?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Create a pull request

Can some one help me, how can we do a create pull request for some chosen commit but not for all, while merging the code?

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When you have multiple commits on a branch, you can't create a pull request for only one of those commits. What you can do is create a new branch for that commit and then create the pull request from there. To add that commit to a new branch, you can use the git cherry-pick command, which is explained in more detail here: What does cherry-picking a commit with git mean?

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