Git: How to avoid conflicts on merging a feature branch after a previous merge revert
In our repository we develop features based on feature branches. Lately I integrated a feature
git merge --no-ff feature/myfeature
After this merge some more development happened until it turned out, that this feature was faulty and blocked integration so I decided to revert this merge. Following http://stackoverflow.com/a/6217372/1237653 I choosed the only option to revert the merge without breaking the history:
git revert -m 1 commit_hash
Meanwhile even more development on
masterhas happened as well as the author has added fixup commits. Now I want to go for a second run to integrate/merge the feature. Unfortunately now I get dozen of conflicts, because the first apply & revert touches the very same lines of code as it would the second try.
git merge --no-ff feature/myfeature
<pointless conflicts all over>
How can I reapply my previously reverted feature-branch without those pointless conflicts?
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