git-cherry-pick - Apply the changes introduced by some existing commits
$ git cherry-pick [--edit] [-n] [-m parent-number] [-s] [-x] [--ff] [-S[<keyid>]] <commit>… $ git cherry-pick (--continue | --skip | --abort | --quit)
You are working on a branch from
develop and your co-worker is also working on a branch from
develop. He/She has fixed an issue(commit ID xxxyyyzzz000). You want to take in that bug fix from his/her branch, but you don't want to take in some commit he/she did.
$ git cherry-pick 61240658a3f26bd3b69cb961de4da9ef363fff35 # commit ID
- you can check it from log
$ git log commit 61240658a3f26bd3b69cb961de4da9ef363fff35 Author: Koji <> Date: Thu Sep 24 16:41:16 2020 -0400 Update programming.py commit d85d4ddc01f2a28205c3e57abe8fe38f378f4857 Author: Koji <> Date: Thu Sep 24 14:54:23 2020 -0400 Update programming.py
By the way, basically, you don't need the entire commit ID.
You just need around
6 digits from the end that GitHub shows on a repo.
- you can check it on GitHub/Gitlab etc