Instructor: 0:00 Let's do a git log oneline here. We can see three commits that we haven't pushed yet. Let's say we want to add a file to this change to commit. I'm going to do a rebase interactive, so git rebase -i, and I want to go back two commits, so I want to go HEAD~2. I enter rebase interactive mode.
0:24 Instead of pick, I'm going to choose edit for this top commit. I'm going to enter i for insert mode, and I'm going to change pick to edit, and I'm going to hit :wq to save the file. Now I am currently in a rebase. It says it stopped at, and then it has the #. If I do a git status, it tells me I'm in an interactive rebase that's in progress.
0:48 Let's make a new file here. I'm going to touch secondapp.js. If I go into secondapp.js, I can say, "This is an interactive rebase." Let's save that now and do a git status.
1:04 We have secondapp. We are still in our interactive rebase. Let's add secondapp.js. Then we can do git commit. We're in a commit currently. I want to amend that commit. I'm going to say no edit because I want to keep the message the same.
1:23 If I do a git status, it says we're still in the interactive rebase but there's nothing to add because we've added this to the commit. Now it tells me here that I can do git rebase continue to continue the rebase. Git rebase continue will successfully rebase.
1:41 If I do a log oneline now, then the commit here is the same, but the hash has changed. My secondapp still exists on master now. I've effectively added secondapp to this commit.