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GIT: Update commit's comment after push

Why I needed to do it

Lately I’ve dealt with an issue  on my project cordova broadcaster plugin

I’ve fixed it, committed and published to NPM  the new release of plugin.

I was happy for contribution and also because I had quickly answered to the request, but, after a while,  I received following comment on such issue:

Changes look good. Fyi to reference an issue in a commit message you should use the syntax fixes #10 instead, so that the commit will actually be referenced in the issue feed.

So … I forgotten to comment, in the right way, the related commit and I have already pushed all … damn! :-(

Then I’ve started to search for a solution and “googling” I got a lot of results related to fix last commit using amendment ( — amend).

After a bit, finally, I found it on SuperUser and, once applied, the commit’s comment is, magically updated in the right way.

… Just one word: “Awesome”.

So .. I would share with you the procedure just in case you have to deal with this situation.  Such procedure …