I was working ahead because I need free time in the next few days and I have already comiteado the changes to my local repository and pusheado a fork that I have as backup.
Now, regarding the origin, I want to put commits A and B with date of say next Monday (I do not want them to have the original date of the commit).
The same happens with commits C and D, which I want to push on Tuesday, with a date on Tuesday.
Is it possible to do this using git without doing
git reset ... and re-committing on Monday and Tuesday respectively?
I understand that there are two parties to this, one would be to change the commit date and the other would be to push only one commit group on Monday and another on Tuesday.
I can not do a
git reset and re-commit using
git commit --date because these commits modify the same files and it would not be consistent, next time I'll take it into account.