GIT: Push a commit in two branches
how do I push a commit in two branches?
I can't use "git push", because then it pushes to three branches, and i just want the commit in two of them..
Ive tried a "git merge HEAD --commit id from branch A--" in branch B, but then it takes everything from branch A and merges with branch B. I just want the last commit and not everything else merged with branch B.
Anyone know what to do?
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