What is the git command to erase all changes and revert to the state of your last commit?
I made a lot of unhelpful changes, and would like to revert to the state my repo was in before any of the changes.
Is there a git command for doing that?
When trying to do a git pull I get You have unstaged changes.. When I do a git status it says: nothing to commit (working directory clean). Why? I can do a git reset --hard, then pull, but I don't u
Is there a way to revert a commit so that my local copy keeps the changes made in that commit, but they become non-committed changes in my working copy? Rolling back a commit takes you to the previous
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Our team uses Github Pull Requests to manage our workflow, much like what is described here. Upon manually reviewing the accepted Pull Request, we occasionally need to revert that merge because it isn
I'm using Git and want to get rid of all my current changes and make my files look exactly like they do in my repo on GitHub. How do I do this? I've been searching around and found things but I want t
A few weeks ago (i.e. many commits ago), I made a git commit that touched many files. Most of the commit was great. However, I'd now like to undo the changes that I'd made to just one of those files,
I'm having a problem trying to revert a file to a previous commit, I know I can use git checkout to revert a single file but the problem is I have changes in that file I'd like to keep so I was wonder
I have an Android project in GIT. I want to commit all changes but don't want to commit the bin folder. Is there any command to commit all except the bin folder?
I still find the behavior of git revert somewhat confusing. After significant pain and misunderstanding, I learnt that git revert negates a particular commit rather than reverting to that commit. I ha
so I want to remove everything that I have worked on today, both from the git repo and also my local. i have a commit from yesterday, which I want to revert to. Could i remove the repo and then clone
I have been working on some code, which I use git to manage. Earlier, I used commit to save a version of my code that worked. I later decided to redo the code, since it needed some new features and wa
Why does the SHA-1 hash of my latest commit change even if I don't make any changes to the commit (message, files) after running git commit --amend? Say I run the following at the command line. cd ~/D
There are a load of commits for two bugfixes X and Y pushed to a release branch in a remote repository. The last stable release from the branch was done after commit a. Bugfix X is done but bugfix Y
How do I revert from my current state to a snapshot made on a certain commit? If I do git log, I get the following output: $ git log commit a867b4af366350be2e7c21b8de9cc6504678a61b` Author: Me <me
Is there a way to commit all outstanding changes (modifications and any file additions)? If I select all in the Navigator and commit with a message, there are still a few items with the A.
when i commit the changes i made in my project in Xcode, and then want to push them onto the server, xcode says i would have uncommitted changes, but I was just committing... Therefor I can not push o
I am trying to revert to an earlier git commit but get the error bad revision. Why? Here is a transcript (with author names removed): Ellen@ELLEN-PC /c/Users/Susan Mills/git/hello-github (master) $
I have a repo that's forked from a remote repository. I made some changes, the remote repository updated and now I want to pull in all changes from the remote repository, and not care about anything i
How can I commit the full project again? (I want upload all of my file upload again to heroku)
I was advised to commit all my changes before running git pull and merge. Does it make sense ? What if I run pull and merge before committing my changes and commit them after the merge?
I have made specific changes to the project configurations to modify my project environment, right now when I do git status I have this my .proj file marked as changed, but I don't want to push this s
When I write a command line: git commit -m ™Initial commit™ I got an error: error: pathspec 'commit\342\204\242' did not match any file(s) known to git. How can i fix it?
Is it possible to modify the commented part of the default git commit message? I want to add a bit more 'context' information for my users. # Please enter the commit message for your changes. # (Comme
I wanted to make a small change to a public git project. So I did: git clone BLAH git checkout -b NEWBRANCH made my changes to existing files and did git commit -a -m did stuff and it gives fatal:
I have a rails app where I made some migrations about 20 commits ago and then ultimately didnt need the tables created. I pushed the changes up to github so the schema and migrations are in my git his
I made 3 'git commit' but I have not done a 'git push'. 1. commit 1 2. commit 2 touches fileA touches fileB touches fileC 3. commit 3 So How can I roll back changes I made in file b for commit 2? (
I want to rollback to a commit using git revert so I can preserve the history. Is there an easier way to do this then to run git revert for every commit hash I want to revert? Is there a quicker way t
So the command to stage all changes for git is git add -A. Is there a way to execute this from within a repository subdirectory, and capture all changes anywhere in the repo, without having change the
My ideal workflow would consist of the following steps edit the code compile git commit -a -m commit message start running the new binaries, tests, etc. (may take 10+ minutes) start new changes, wh
This question already has an answer here: Undo the last Git commit? 29 answers I did the following comments git add /file1/path git rm /file/path git commit -m message how do I undo my last
How can I uncommit my last commit in git? I have googled it. Is it git reset --hard HEAD or git reset --hard HEAD^ Thank you.
I want to revert a particular commit in git. Unfortunately, our organization still uses CVS as a standard, so when I commit back to CVS multiple git commits are rolled into one. In this case I would l
I'm confused. I want to go back to a previous commit that I identified in git log. But when I do git checkout , I don't get said commit. Nothing changes. It tells me I'm in detached HEAD mode, but
Can someone explain how git-revert works. Currently I made some mistakes in my app and I pushed the changes to master branch. Now I found working commit and I want to reset my master branch to that wo
Does have a commit int the git history same hash after geting into the same state? For example after revert? It is possible that there are more commits for one hash? Let us suppose history commit numb
Uh oh... I mistakenly committed a pretty complex change (including subdirectory and files renames) without really knowing what I am doing (or what Git would be doing). I now want to undo everything su
I have these Vim mappings for Git. Most of the commands below work, but the last one, gm, doesn't work at all. I want to open a new Vim (preferrably with my git commit message template already loaded,
In commit messages there is a rule which says: Lines starting with '#' will be ignored Now I'm confused if these lines is ignored why we use them at all? running git log only shows lines not start
This question already has an answer here: Git commit to common submodule (master branch) 1 answer I have, in my naivety, set up a git submodule and treated it like a Subversion external - i.e.
I have to rewrite the history of my repository because it contains some credentials. As I have to amend the root commit I followed the instructions from Git Faq: git rebase -i allows you to convenien
Both hg revert and hg backout revert changes made by a former revision. What is the difference between the two?
I am programming. I add beautiful code and commit and push it to my repo like: git add * git commit //writes message git push unfuddle master Now i go in and screw everything up. I have not issued a
git revert HEAD reverts all changes, but what I want to revert the ones except my go extension files? I want to revert all changes except the one with *.go I tried git revert HEAD ^*.go git revert HE
How can I merge a state before wrong commits into the current head in Git? Mistakenly merge by a other person resetted my change on the server, after I fetched and merged the remote master branch, my
I have my branch on my GIT repository where I used to commit and push. But today I saw a different programmer committed and pushed to my branch. Now when I try to pull the latest branch GIT completes
I have edited myfile, but I realized I do want some of the changes I did to it, while I want to discard some others. I'm looking for the magic command in the lines of git diff --edit myfile where --e
I need last commit date. This means the latest update date in my program. I used command : $ git log -1 But this command will give me date from local repository. Rather than I need date from remote re
I suspect I have performed an incorrect amendment (B') of last commit (B), which cause all my work in the last commit (B) gone. A | B [master] amend to A / | B B' [master] I think if I haven't do an
I am in a very stupid situation now. Playing with git-hub for windows I have reverted my last two local commits, and I can't undo this (revert command). A lot of code have gone. Is it posible restore
git commit opens the text editor and displays some information about the changes to be committed: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an