How can I do a git rebase -i after I do a git push? I read that I can't edit history after I do git push.


You can edit history after a push, it's just not recommended. In fact, rebasing in general is not recommended.

git push -f will update the remote after a rewrite. If you have other people reading that source then doing a push -f after rewriting will mess up their repos.


I think that you are interested about:

man git-filter-branch

All necessary stuff is in there. There are also some examples. See also man git-rebase, man git-push. It's all explained there, just take your time to read it.

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