Git forgot to add file change to a not yet pushed commit (not the last one)
I want to add a file change to a not yet pushed commit (not the last one).
Let's say I have the following scenario:
// do some changes to the text file
git commit -a -m "First change"
# if I now change something I can add it to the previous commit with:
git add test.txt
git commit --amend -C HEAD
# more changes to test.txt
git commit -a -m "Second change"
# more changes to test.txt
git commit -a -m "Third change"
# one more change
# how can I add the change to my second commit (second change)?
I hope the question is clear. If not, let me know. I tried
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