How do I revert from my current state to a snapshot made on a certain commit?
If I do git log, then I get the following output:
$ git log
Date: Thu Nov 4 18:59:41 2010…
I have a git repository that looks like this:
A <- B <- C <- D <- HEAD
I want the head of the branch to point to A, i.e. I want B, C, D, and HEAD to disappear and I want head to be synonymous with A.
It sounds like I can either try to rebase…
I know that Git tracks changes I make to my application, and it holds on to them until I commit the changes, but here's where I'm hung up:
When I want to revert to a previous commit I use:
git reset --hard HEAD
And Git returns:
HEAD is now at…
What is the simplest way to undo a particular commit that is:
not in the head or HEAD
Has been pushed to the remote.
Because if it is not the latest commit,
git reset HEAD
doesn't work. And because it has been pushed to a remote,
How can I go about rolling back to a specific commit in git?
The best answer someone could give me was to use git revert X times until I reach the desired commit.
So let's say I want to revert back to a commit that's 20 commits old, I'd have to…
I am trying to learn how to restore or rollback files and projects to a prior state, and don't understand the difference between git revert, checkout, and reset. Why are there 3 different commands for seemingly the same purpose, and when should…
I'm trying to undo local changes to a specific file. Nothing has been committed.
When I want to revert all changes, I can perform git revert --reset HEAD. However, in this case, I don't want to revert all changes to all files.
Its not clear or…
I have run into a bit of a problem here: I had a problem-specific branch 28s in Git, that I merged in the general develop branch. Turns out I had done it too fast, so I used git-revert to undo the merge. Now, however, the time has come to merge 28s…
In Git, I was trying to do a squash commit by merging in another branch and then resetting HEAD to the previous place via:
git reset origin/master
But I need to step out of this. How can I move HEAD back to the previous location?
I have the SHA-1…
By mistake, I did git add . and git commit in the develop branch. But luckily, I did not do git push.
So I wanted to revert it back to original state.
I tried git reset --soft and git reset HEAD --hard but looks like I have messed it up.
How do I…
So I'm working on a project with other people, and there's multiple github forks being worked on. Someone just made a fix for a problem and I merged with his fork, but then I realized that I could find a better solution. I want to revert the commit…
Steps i performed:
I have two branches branch1 and branch2,
$git branch --Initial state
$git checkout branch2
$git pull origin branch1 --Step1
I resolve the conflicts and did a
$git commit -m "Merge resolved"