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Wow, it's almost too easy. Just go to the other commit in the log buffer, show it, and use "a" to apply each change to the current working dir.


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The activity you are describing is commonly called "blaming". Magit's manual contains a section about blaming. The easiest way to show such information is to type C-c M-g b in a file-visiting buffer, but there are alternative approaches as described in the manual.


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(Disclaimer: I don't know if this is how Magit and Spacemacs actually work, but it fits my hypothesis.) When you magit-checkout a remote branch, magit can't know if the current file you have open in the buffer also exists in the remote branch. However, git-checkout changed the file, so a workaround (pointed out in a comment by MTS) is to revert the file (...


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That was a bug and I have fixed it. I suggest you delete your question because it is no longer relevant. Then again not everyone updates when encountering an issue.


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You can use the hook git-commit-finish-query-functions to implement arbitrary restrictions.


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When viewing a merge commit or while hovering it in the log, press d r <RET> to open a diff view showing all the changes.


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