git - pushing specific commit
I have made several commits on different files, but so far I would like to push to my remote repository only a specific commit.
Is that possible?
I am using the latest version Xcode 5.x and managing my git repo for the project via Xcode. The issue I have is as follows. I am working on a branch for a specific version. I am done with all the chan
I have some configuration files to commit on GIT with default parameters. Users can pull these files and can modify them on their local copy but they must not commit/push. How can I achieve a similar
I like using the mouse with vim, so I have mouse support enabled in my .vimrc. This works just fine most everywhere, but whenever I run git commit on a specific server (Appa), I get an error message:
Since i switched to git from svn i started make more commits every time i recompile and my tests pass i commit my work. In the end i end up committing function by function. I also track some other pro
I need to make some commits using Git but I would like the timestamp in git-log to be in the future. How can I do a commit in git that causes a future timestamp to register in the git-log?
When I try to do a git commit -a, I get a nice vim instance. I type in my message, do :wq, vim closes down and the terminal has the message, Aborting commit due to empty commit message. Pursuant to
This question already has an answer here: Predict how much data will be pushed in a git push 3 answers Is there a way to guestimate the size of a git push before actually pushing? My use case i
I have a situation where I: (1) Merged a patch by user X (2) Made some changes to some other code and committed. Now I want to push my commit to the server. However, when I do git push origin HEAD:ref
I commit a git repository at first time, I then regret the commit and want to revert it. I try # git reset --hard HEAD~1 I get this message: fatal: ambiguous argument 'HEAD~1': unknown revision or pa
I was wondering if it's possible to create a project-specific before-commit hook. For example, I have a shared project on github. Let's call it tab-crazy. Then I create a file called .git-pre-commit
If I look at the commit graph with gitk --all, it's quite complicated (I did a lot of branching and merging just for the fun of it on a little one person few yours project). Now I was wondering, if th
Is there any way to commit only a list of specific files (e.q. just one of the list of files that SVN wants to commit). I'm working on MAC OS X under Terminal, without any UI. thank you
I read in tutorial that you can use git commit -a -m comment as a short hand to $ git add . $ git commit -m comment when I trying to run this command I am facing following issue Ashishs-MacBook
Well probably I searched much but didn't find what I need. Is there any way to pull only 1 specific commit from a remote git repo without cloning it on my PC. The structure of remote repo is absolutel
Is it possible to do a git merge, but without a commit? man git merge says this: With --no-commit perform the merge but pretend the merge failed and do not autocommit, to give the user a chance to
I guess I'm just missing some important point in git. I'm using PhpStorm IDE for development process and GIT as a VCS. Everytime I pull changes from one of the developers branches I get a list of comm
Lets suppose i am in a local ABC with branches branch_A and branch_B. From repo_A, what are the differences between: - git push origin - git push origin branch_A - git push origin branch_A:branch_A
I lost my last commit because I accidentally ran git reset --hard HEAD^. Note: I didn't want to put the ^ at the end. Is there any way to get it back? It was 2 days of work :(
I would like to see a specific commit in Beyond Compare or any other separate diff tool while viewing it via git show. I tried looking at help of git show/difftool/config but couldn't find anything. D
I just want to see the files that were committed in the last commit exactly as I saw the list when I did git commit. Unfortunately searching for git last commit log in Google gets me nowhere. And
There are multiple questions on Stack Overflow addressing the problem of staging and committing only parts from files. However, I can't make it work. How can I commit only part of a file in git Let'
I'm trying to ensure that git's subtrees will work for me before I incorporate it into my project. I encountered a problem when pushing subtree changes to the upstream repository. The setup is that I
Can a git hook be used to replace passwords before staging, adding, or pushing? I want passwords to be replaced by templates before committing or pushing. for instance, say I prefix plain texts passwo
I want to change the last commit content. I can do local changes. and then execute git commit --amend I can also do the following: git rebase -i HEAD~ choose the commit to edit. do local changes and
I have a hudson build server. The source code is managed by a git repository. For each build the latest version is checked out and compiled. Now i'd like to tell hudson to use not the latest version,
I have a build system that takes a git repository, goes back to a specific commit, and then uploads those files some where. Then is goes back to master. I'm unsure that I'm using the right Git command
I have a bunch of git commits that need to be modified. I haven't pushed any of them yet, I've simply been doing: git add . git commit -m message 1 git add . git commit -m message 2 git add . git
I have a habit of going back to my old commits in git and modify my working directory.For example I have a series of commits A<-B<-C<-D<-E<-F In commit B I added some text files.Now I
We recently changed the location of a repository, and we discovered a months-old commit is missing from the files. The old server we had the Git on is down, so there is no chance of recovering the com
I've been reading and trying to figure out how to get this to work. I want to prepend the branch name to the commit message so I can just use git commit -m message and get a commit named branch mess
I want to look at the commit by id. for instance I want to know the code that got committed for that Id something like : git log <commit_id> and this will display the commit code and message t
I want to copy the last commit from one branch (ie branch-one) to the staging area of another branch (ie branch-two). Is this possible and if so how is it done?
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?
How can I remove a specific git commit from the repository? For eg I have commit like A-B-C-D-E and I want to remove the C commit to have A-B-D-E, then how can I accomplish this?
I want to create a bare git repository in a shared directory so that multiple people (all of whom are in a particular UNIX group) can access it. After creating the repository, all files and directorie
I'm not sure if what I'm looking for is a git-stash but here is what I want to do. I have configuration files customized for local use. Those files already exist in Git. Now, if I add a new feature (c
Is there some convention for the order of a commit's parents? Because one of the commit's parents should be to be to previous commit on the current branch that is being merged into and the rest are pr
so I did git checkout <past_commit_hashtag> but then I want to undo it and go back to the current latest revision so I did a whole bunch of things: git reset --hard git checkout <root folder
ref^ refers to the commit before ref, what about getting the commit after ref? For example, if I git checkout 12345 how do I check out the next commit? Thanks. PS Yes, git's a DAG node pointer struct
What is the difference between GIT's add vs push vs commit? Just a little confused coming over from SVN, where update will 'add' stuff, and commit does a push and will 'add' as well yet there are
Possible Duplicate: Undo git add before commit When i was working on my project I accidently added files using the following command git add file I haven't yet run git commit. How can I undo or r
I wanted to checked in a bug fix to Git, but I had already started working on another feature. I checked in the files for the bug fix correctly (didn't check in the files I changed for the feature, wh
The problem I accidentally added my datasets to my commit. When I pushed the commit it gave me the standard file size error (dataset files are over 100MB). I reverted the previous commit using git rev
How to make tar archive from git repository since selected commit? This question is similar to Git archive all changes except first commit but I need .tar archive as a result not git patch file. Expl
I have forked a branch from a repository it github and commit something for my using. now I found the original repository has a good feature which is at head, I want to merge it only without previous
I've been having issues with adding files to my commits. In short, whenever I do git add , the files added to the unstaged commit are from the Git folder in my Program files dir (to clarify, I'm using
I can make a commit with git with the following command: git commit -a However then I have to enter the comment with VIM. Id rather do it all with one command so ive tried the following: git commit -
Does anyone have a git commit hook I can use that will ensure a JIRA issue number appears in the checkin message? I've got no experience driving JIRA from a git commit hook so any help would be apprec
I know how to add and commit one file: git add [file name] and git commit -m but what about if I have many file in different dir. how is the right way to do it? Thanks.
Suppose that my local repository is currently one commit behind the origin. Suppose that I commit in my local repository a change that is not conflicting with the origin. How can I push this change to