On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 07:33:41AM +0300, Mihail Costea wrote:
this is normal when you have multiple patches: if a fix in the very first patch
of a series creates conflicts with all the following ones, you have to adjust
them all (this is what the "git rebase" helps you with).
I haven't used it before but I will try it now.
git rebase is essential to make changes at a patch series. It helps you making a
change in an initial patch and propagate the change to the rest.
This may also be why you are experiencing much difficulty in doing this
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