Splitting the first commit in git [duplicate]
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I want to split the first commit in my git repository, but I cannot use rebase to do this because a parent node is required. I found http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2119480/changing-the-message-of-the-first-commit-git useful for modifying the first commit, but not splitting it. How can I split it?
I somehow did this: A -- B -- C (init) / Z (master) I can't figure out how to delete the Z commit or ho to rebase it as a parent of A. Is that even possible?
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