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I have forked a branch from a repository in GitHub and committed something specific to me. Now I found the original repository had a good feature which was at HEAD.

I want to merge it only without previous commits. What should I do? I know how to merge all commits:

git branch -b a-good-feature

git pull repository master

git checkout master

git merge a-good-feature

git commit -a

git push

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Use the following command to apply a single commit by itself to your current branch.

$ git cherry-pick XXXXXXXX

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