git revert changes and cancel pull request
Unfortunately after years working with subversion, I am trying to warm up with git. The problem is as follows:
- i forked a remote project.
- pushed commits (which now i want to revert or simply vanish!) to my own remote.
- pull requested with my changes in above step.
Visually it looks like;
my own remote fork (x,y,z are my commits to revert or delete if it's possible):
I want my forked remote to be as the same as the original remote. However After i tried reverting (with git revert [HASH]) my commits one by one and pushing those reverts to my own remote, It seems the pull request did not disappear.
The last thing would be remove my fork, and refork the original project, if i could not get a solution.
Any suggestions before doing that?
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