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Cherry-pick multiple commits

It's 2020... why this is still not a thing?

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Jul 10, 2020

I'd guess because a thing with no context only matters to people who have imagined, but not communicated, that context.

It's 2020, and the statement "it's so fluffy that I could die, but I probably will if I do it" is still true since I first thought it in 2010.

I think you need to explain this a lot more.

The title is pretty self-explanatory don't you think?

It's sad that this basic functionality to cherry-pick multiple commits at once is still not implemented. It was discussed two years ago already. 

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