Support hg commit --amend

amend option for hg commit is introduced in Mercurial 2.2.

The --amend flag can be used to amend the parent of the working directory

with a new commit that contains the changes in the parent in addition to

those currently reported by "hg status", if there are any. The old commit

is stored in a backup bundle in ".hg/strip-backup" (see "hg help bundle"

and "hg help unbundle" on how to restore it).

Is it possible to support this flag in sourceTree?

1 answer

On the list, but you can already do it by using the existing 'strip' command with the '--keep' option, which SourceTree exposes already: right-click the latest commit, Strip from Here, check the box to keep working copy. This actually lets you strip & re-combine multiple commits which --amend doesn't.

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