git subtree push lost my commit message
I have a git subtree
my-subtree in my main repo
my-repo that links to a remote repo. I made a commit to files belonging to
Then I wanted to push these changes back to the remote repo so I ran this command
git subtree push --prefix=remote_repos/my-subtree --squash firstname.lastname@example.org:my-userame/my-subtree master
It pushed the changes fine but the git commit message was lost! And I got this message instead
Merge commit '64cda2e4fd5e166e79cfc8e3c1edffa3fae40308'
How can I get my original git message into the remote repo when I perform the
git subtree push? sintead of getting
Merge commit message?
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