Git - how to revert uncommitted changes including files and folders?
Is there a git command to Revert All Uncommitted Changes in Working Tree and Index and to remove also New Files and Folders ?
How can revert/reset a file using the eclipse egit (team) plugin? I'm opening the team menu but can't find any reset/revert option. See screenshot:
I want to revert changes made by a particular commit to a given file only. Can I use git revert command for that? Any other simple way to do it?
How can a team of four people use Git (specifically Github for Windows) to push local changes to a shared network drive? Right now (without Git) we have to copy the files from the network drive to ou
I am using Mercurial. I have some uncommitted changes but I am on the wrong branch, how do I update to the right branch and take the changes with me?
I was working on master branch. I have made many changes on my project, then commit & pushed all the changes to remote repository by: git push origin master Then, I made a new branch, and push th
I've made unwanted changes to several files recently. Is it possible to revert them based on the time (for example revert all changes made in last 10 minutes)
I have a codebase containing close to a thousand files. I'm working in a local branch with uncommitted changes. At one point earlier today, I added an error_log statement to one file that returned a v
I'm trying to undo all changes since my last commit. I tried git reset --hard and git reset --hard HEAD after viewing this post. I responds with head is now at 18c3773... but when I look at my local s
This question already has an answer here: Remove sensitive files and their commits from Git history 4 answers Redaction in git 5 answers Suppose I found out that there are files that weren'
Suppose we have four commits (with D being the head) A-B-C-D If I want to remove (revert) only the changes in commit B but keep the changes made in C and D, how would you do this? If I do git revert
I'm currently inside a very complicated merge in git, and I have many conflicts. The conflict is about two Ada source files. I would like to make a merge that would ignore both whitespace changes and
I made several commits (commit1/2/3), I changed my working directory without stashing. Then I wanted to go back several commits ago. So I git revert commit1 commit2 commit3, but I was told to commit m
I have made changes to multiple files in my folder locally for testing purposes. However, I would like to revert them back to original condition except a single file, which I still need in the present
How can you put uncommitted changes to a branch TEST when I am at the branch master?
I am new to git, and I am running into one big issue. Namely how to revert a repository back to a good state if I do something wrong. I have seen how to use 'git revert' to make changes that undo prev
In Visual Studio 2012 / Team Explorer / Pending Changes there is a link to list of files with detected changes inside the solution. How can I make Visual Studio NOT to detect pending changes in _ReSha
current git log : commit foo456 Merge: foo123 bar123 Author: foo Merge branch 'master' of ...... commit foo123 Author: foo change b commit bar123 Author: bar stable version I am foo, if I want to re
Git is a phenomenal tool, but I have yet to wrap my mind around the best way to undo pushed changes. Here's the situation. I'm on a branch, and have pushed several commits to GitHub. It has since been
Is it possible to do the equivalent of git checkout from within Eclipse using the EGit plugin? I have a file that's been modified. I want to discards the changes and revert the file back to what's in
I don't want to use the git bundle! I removed it but I still see files under Uncommitted Changes and Untracked Items I don't know how to clean those.
What is the best (read: easiest, preferred, proper) way to divide up a set of changes among multiple branches in git? For example, assume I have made a set of (uncommitted) changes while worki
To update my multiple repos, I did: git bulk fetch origin git bulk pull origin master Now it appears that some of the functionality which was working initially is not working now and so I want to rev
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 am sure there's a bunch of GIT users out there who's had this problem: Create a branch from master. Let's call it featureX. Somewhere, while working on featureX, you realize you want to make a fixu
In Xcode 5.0.2, I try to pull from a remote and am given the following message: The working copy 'project-name' has uncommitted changes. Commit or discard the changes and try again. Fair enough. I p
There are solutions to similar problems in stackoverflow. But I wanted to make sure my question falls in the same category: I did a git checkout master I made some changes(uncommitted) and realized th
Sometimes someone on our team does a git push and breaks the build because his local build works but he has forgotten to commit all his local modifications and untracked files to git before he pushes.
I've added and committed a wrong folder. After fixing the .gitignore file, I need to remove those files from the repository, but I don't want those files to be deleted when I run git pull on the serve
I've done the process described at this link http://toroid.org/ams/git-website-howto It works like a charm, but now I have to revert, temporarily, the remote repository (and the checkout) to a previou
My local files are synchronised with Github, but I want to make changes on the README online. After I made this changes, how do I update my local file? OBS: I'm new to Git and also to Git Hub. I've go
While I am reverting a particular commit in git repository it gives the following error : Command for reverting is **git revert <commit-hash>** error: Commit <commit-hash> is a merge but n
Doing git pull periodically I notice the command sometimes ends with the error like Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: app/Ribbon.xaml Please, commit your changes
how can I create a zip file without including all of the folders the files came from? SO I have file1.xml, file2.xml, file3.xml, ... and these are all in folder desktop/data/xmlFiles/ When I zip usi
I have two git working directories. As sometimes happens, I've made some changes in the wrong directory and would like to move those to the other one now. That is, I would like to merge/pull the uncom
I need to test an older version (commit) of some code from github. I made git clone and then git revert $id where &id was id of the version that i need to check. I got this error: error: could n
I'm new to Mercurial. I did hg status and I saw the files that changed since the last commit have M in front. I then tried hg update -C. Is there any way I can get back the version of the files with M
I have installed Windows7 on my computer, and I had to change all permissions/take ownership - which apparently touched all my files, and now everything appears to be modified (when I do hg statu
I am using EGit 18.104.22.168-1212191850-r with GitHub. All of my local files are committed and pushed. There is only the master branch. I would like to permanently revert all of my files to a previous com
I have a list of output_[0-293] folders containing a list of files. From each folder I would like to concatenate files with the name: output_0.txt, output_1.txt, output_2.txt, ...output_293.txt. Can a
I created a shared repo by: git init --bare my_project.git At some point, another user updated this repo with his changes (using git push). How could I check which files are exist now in the shared r
I made changes to some of my files in my local repo, and then I did git add -A which I think added too many files in the staging area. How can I delete all the files in the staging area? After I do th
Is it possible to exclude hidden files and folders from the readdir() function? I have a directory where there are many folders and some hidden folders. I want to read all folders except the hidden on
A new developer went crazy on a large git repository, really messed it up and pushed. All his changes can be thrown away. My problem: Our git hoster does not allow push --force, so I have to pull firs
I am using Mercurial Shelve extension http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/ShelveExtension to shelve changes from command line.It works nice except when the changes that i like to shelve contain new adde
I have a local git repository, but things get wrong and complicated and I simply want to overwrite all the files in my local directory with the latest version of what is on the remote repository. This
We have a problem with our git project: bad changes were pushed to the remote repository one machine has not pull-ed the bad changes, but has uncommitted local changes We want to get rid of the bad
Often, when I switch branches in git, if the files are open in emacs, then emacs asks if I want to revert them (as it thinks they've changed on disk) even though the contents are identical. Firstly I'
This is what I'm doing: git init // initialize repository git add foo.bar // adds foo.bar to the repository git commit -m commit message // commits the added files git status // status of repository
I have a bitbucket Git repository managed with SourceTree. I have 2 folders that I want to commit but I need to ignore all the files in theses folders because contains temporary files. How can I do th
Suppose I have five modified files, and I stage two of them for commit (let's call this commit A). Then I still have three uncommitted changes which are left for future commits. Now suppose sometime i