git: better way for git revert without additional reverted commit
I have a commit in a remote+local branch and I want to throw that commit out of the history and put some of them into an own branch.
Basically, right now I have:
And I want:
That should be both in my local and in the (there is only one, called origin) remote repository.
Which is the cleanest way to get that?
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