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The guide to merging for Sourcetree only mentions ONE commit. Suppose I have multiple? Edited

The guide to merging branch with main root/trunk/master/whatever assumes that you have one little commit prior to the merge.  This seems misleading (or perhaps I am missing something), because there could be MANY commits in real world code merges.  Suppose I want to merge 10 commits?  Or a hundred?

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Nov 13, 2018

Hello! Merging a commit doesn't just merge that one commit -- it merges all changes on that branch to the branch you're merging into.

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