You live with the wrong commit message for that commit. Unless you are the only one on that branch, NEVER(*) use force. History rewriting is bad, and you can make others lose their work.
(*) For almost never values of never. The use cases are rare enough that it should never be scripted.
You folks are right!
You're right. After sharing this, what was meant to be a personal workflow, I ended up in long debates on Fb/Twitter about how this can be improved.
Here's what we end with git push --force-with-lease as shared here above (updated the post) dev.to/mrahmadawais/one-command-to...
git push --force-with-lease
But I am still not satisfied, so I am building a git hooks based workflow to make sure no bad git commit message gets committed in the first place.
Thanks for mentioning that though. Peace! ✌️
If you are using a development environment that is integrated with git, --force-with-lease can have the exact same problems as --force
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