I rewrite history to change commit messages and remove specific file from repository . Can I force u

I rewrite history to change commit messages and remove specific file from repository . Can I force update of the all forks of my repository?

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I don't think so. Rewriting published commits with Git and Mercurial is very dangerous anyway.

(You may want to consider preventing commit errors instead with this add-on, for example.)

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