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@@ -229,7 +229,7 @@ reverting W. Mainline's history would look like this:
A---B---C
But if you don't actually need to change commit A, then you need some way to
-recreate it as a new commit with the same changes in it. The rebase commmand's
+recreate it as a new commit with the same changes in it. The rebase command's
--no-ff option provides a way to do this:
$ git rebase [-i] --no-ff P