Recommit changes on latest main
The git log in the own branch can get quite messy sometimes. It’s a good idea to clean that up, before creating a Pull Request. The following workflow allows you to reset all commits in the current branch, so you can commit them again (in a single commit or split into multiple clean commits).
1.) Update local main to match remote:
git fetch origin
2.) Reset all commits in the current branch:
git reset --soft main
3.) Re-do commits in clean way:
git add .and
git commit -m "some change"
4.) Force push to remote:
git push -f