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    Partially Commit a File with Git by Splitting It Manually

    Dave CeddiaDave Ceddia

    When you want to do a partial commit with git, but you can't "split" a hunk to just the lines you want to commit, you can manually edit a hunk in order to commit just a few lines of a larger change. This lesson covers how to manually edit a hunk in git, and how to fix errors like "Your edited hunk does not apply", "patch failed", or "patch does not apply".



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