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Git squash commits
# Reset the current branch to the commit just before the last 12:
git reset --hard HEAD~12
# HEAD@{1} is where the branch was just before the previous command.
# This command sets the state of the index to be as it would just
# after a merge from that commit:
git merge --squash HEAD@{1}
# Commit those squashed changes. The commit message will be helpfully
# prepopulated with the commit messages of all the squashed commits:
git commit
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