Pick changes from one or more commits

Angelos Chalaris · Git, Commit, Branch · Apr 13, 2021

Applies the changes introduced by one or more commits.

  • Use git cherry-pick <commit> to pick changes from a single commit.
  • Use git cherry-pick <commit-1> <commit-2>... to pick changes from all space-separated commits.
  • Use git cherry-pick <first-commit>..<last-commit> to pick changes from a range of commits.
git cherry-pick (<commit>... | <first-commit>..<last-commit>)
git cherry-pick 3050fc0de # Picks changes from the commit `3050fc0de`

git cherry-pick 3050fc0de c191f90c7
# Picks changes from the commits `3050fc0de`, `c191f90c7` and `0b552a6d4`

git cherry-pick 3050fc0de..c191f90c7
# Picks changes from the commits in the range `3050fc0de` - `c191f90c7`

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