Git: Cherry-Pick to working copy without commit

I have several branches where I keep certain commits that I want to apply to my working copy every now and then. Initially I tried cherry-picking but I do not want to have the commit in the target branch later.

So I did cherry-pick + reset HEAD~1 --soft

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Git: Cherry-Pick to working copy without commit”

    Use ‘-n’ flag with the cherry-picking which is “no commit”

    See here:

    git cherry-pick -n <HASH>
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