Todd Wolfson

Software Engineer

October 16, 2013

Introducing git-sqwish, a git squash without repetitive merge conflicts.

It is intended to alter your workflow; shifting from git rebase and git rebase -i to git merge and git sqwish.

The result is a single merge conflict set to deal with each time you sync rather than 1 set per commit.

Screenshot of git-sqwish workflow

More information can be found in the GitHub repository.

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