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* Can I squash the merge created by "git subtree add"?
@ 2016-11-16 19:37 Kannan Goundan
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From: Kannan Goundan @ 2016-11-16 19:37 UTC (permalink / raw)
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When I do a "git subtree add", I get two commits.

    df7e8f5 Merge commit '6de34775ea846c90e3f28e9e7fdfe690385c068b' as
    6de3477 Squashed 'go/src/' content from
commit 1d343da

Unfortunately, in the environment I'm currently working in, merge
commits aren't allowed.

Is it safe to squash these two commits into a single commit?  Will
future "subtree" commands still work correctly?

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