undo changes on git branch
I created and switched to a new branch and made some changes that haven't been commited. How do I return to the state of my last commit? I used
git reset --hard HEAD
but all the changed files are still present
edit; after running the above and then git status it says "nothing added to commit but untracked files present". I thought using git reset...would get rid of all the changes
I noticed the following branch merged to master branch. I have a DEV and Master stream. This branch was merged to DEV but some how also found in master when I review master by issuing git log origin/m
Can you undo a past commit/merge made into a git respository via a git command, or do you have to manually undo all the changes made in that commit? e.g. A commit just changes some text on a page. The
I frequently have a bad time because I checkout a branch with uncommitted changes that I should have committed before changing branches but forgot. Is there a way using some git config I can have the
I was editing default layout file in my CakePHP project and created new branch, as I will need it to check new functionality. Problem is, when I switch to new branch, my default layout file reverts to
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this, please redirect me if not. I'm new to git and while learning it I stumbled upon this. How does git branch branchName and 'ls' work with each other.
I'm working on a git branch that has a lot of merge conflicts with another branch that I've merged into it. I started fixing the conflicts but want to save my work and switch to another branch before
In the following situation, how can I update the simon_master branch to include all the merged changes from the rene_master branch? My ideal scenario would be to have the simon_master branch just br
I was working on a branch and pushing it to a remote repository. But, I noticed later, I was using the wrong syntax: git push origin my-branch:master So instead of pushing to my-branch, I was pushing
Your current branch is master and if u create another branch like that git branch develop,then in branch develop you will have similar code about master。how can i get an empty branch.
I just ran git pull --rebase and forget to specify origin. It looks like git pulled from all different branches. Is there a way to revert my repo from here to undo the pull? Thanks
How can I undo unstaged modifications to a single file? By unstaged, I mean git add has yet to be performed since the last checkout.
I recently made a mistake with my git merge strategy, and didn't notice the result error(s) until I had already continued to work on the project and made more commits. For the sake of brevity, let's s
I'm new to git, using svn for many years. I created my master and then from inside the master directory created a branch: git branch Dev git checkout Dev But the branch doesnt have any files associ
is there a way i can undo a auto-merge of 1 file that has been changed instead of the whole branch in git? I want to undo this merge: Auto-merging public/stylesheets/application.css to the previous
Here are the commands I used from the master branch git branch experiment git checkout experiment Then I made some changes to my files, committed the changes, and pushed the new branch to GitHub. git
I did git init and git add . on my home directory, which slowed every operation down, I think, because the directory is so large. How can I undo git init of the home directory?
I have the following git svn situation. master, checked out from svn. branched devel branch, on which I did some changes. Some are git committed, some are still not committed. I had to solve a bug, s
Suppose I have staged a few changes: $ git diff --cached # few changes are stashed + change 1 new blabla - change 2 old + change 2 new blabla - change 3 old + change 3 new blabla $ git diff # no other
I mistakenly added files using the command git add file I have not yet run git commit. Is there a way to undo this or remove these files from the commit?
I have an INF file for a filter driver in my WIX installer. I want to know. Is there any way to UNDO the changes made by this INF file during unsinstallation?
So on Computer A, I did the following. git branch test git push On a different machine Computer B, I pull the changes and track the remote branch test git pull --all git checkout -t origin/test all
I have a project in a remote repository, synchronized with a local repository (development) and the server one (prod). I've been making some commited changes already pushed to remote and pulled from t
In this question Git command to commit all changes including files removed or created the answer given allows me to add, commit and push all changes made to my master branch in one command with: git c
I am working on a google maps project on android and i need to update the maps to the new v2 version, thus ive created a branch with git add -u git commit -m 'xxxyyyzzz' git checkout -b MapsV2 Then
is it possible to show only commits a and changes created in specific branch? If I do this before merge it works. If I merge master branch to this branch (to make it actual) then I see commits and mer
So, I made some changes and committed them in the second commit - wslanguagelabel - color changes. These changes are now on master. I then started a new branch - replies. However, I want to get rid
I am using the git plugin for jenkins. It works well, except that it rebuilds my targets any time ANY of the branches are changed on the given project. What I need it to do is rebuild ONLY IF a partic
I am working in a submodule and am having trouble untracking a folder full of files $ git status # On branch master # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to update what wi
I accidentally added the wrong directory containing my files in Git. Instead of adding a .java file, I added the directory containing the .class file. How can I undo this action?
I want to be able to undo changes made in JTextArea. Any hints?
I have a branch, where I did some changes, but I'd originally mistaken and create it from wrong branch, so I have many different changes I don't want to have in it. So how can I clean it so I only hav
So I have a project hosted on github. I created a branch on one computer, then pushed my changes to github with git push origin branch-name Now I am on a different computer, and I want to download t
I am currently making a project in eclipse.I made changes in head branch and as well as in master branch.I want to merge those changes and push them to remote repository.Please tell me the correct ste
I often add some debug code while developing so I need to remove these changes later. Currently, I check the git diff and remove the changes manually or just type git checkout -- myfilename if I woul
I deleted a file using git rm test and currently this is the output of git status . Noob@Noob:/media/data/bitbucket/pythonscripts$ git status . # On branch master # Changes to be committed: # (use g
I started messing around with git filter-branch. The --all option rewrites all branches and tags. Cool. git filter-branch creates a backup of all refs it overwrites in refs/original. Very Cool. Now I'
I made a git branch unintentionally named 0.2 which is also a tag. So I tried to remove it from origin: $ git branch -rD origin/0.2 Deleted remote branch origin/0.2 But then: $ git fetch origin * [
I started work on what I thought would be a minor bug fix on my master branch. However, it has spiraled out of control to the point where I wish I had created a separate branch to do the development i
I have a parent (git) project with a submodule (git). However, when I update the submodule in the parent/develop branch, the parent/master branch also contains the updated submodule files... So while
The Problem I'm attempting to commit some changes, but they're being left behind, for reasons I do not understand: I take a look a the current repo state: % git status On branch new-master Changes to
Say, if a project using Git is all committed, with master and foo branch both point to the same commit. If we are now on the master branch, and change some files, it seems that we can switch to the fo
Is there a way to show the branch in git somewhere visually (background or similiar) in ConEmu?
If there are some changes to a few files on master and I create a branch, is it possible for that branch to not include the currently edited files on master branch? Like a clean branch from the last c
I'm thinking of refreshing a git branch like this: git checkout master && git pull && git co - && git rebase master If any changes are pulled from origin then the previous bran
I'm looking for a less rubbish way of doing this: git diff patch.DisableCreditCheck > ~/patch patch -p1 < ~/patch ie. The changes from a branch as raw uncommitted changes. The downside of patc
I worked locally on a git repository. It has various branches like a dev branch, some branch for experimental changes and so on. And of course a master branch. I want to setup a public (well, indeed i
I have edits to my working tree which I would like to continue working on in a branch. Will git checkout -b new_branch wipe out my current changes to the working tree? If so, how do I create a new bra
A while ago I did this: git update-index --skip-worktree <file> Now I actually want to commit changes to that file to source. How do I do undo the effects of skip-worktree? Thanks, Kevin
I'm working in a branch, and got a working copy with is really unclean. When looking through the changes to commit, I wanted a few oneliner fixes to be committed to the master branch. In this case, us
I am relatively new to using Git. This is what I've done so far: $ git branch * master $ git status # On branch master nothing to commit (working directory clean) $ git branch mywork $ git checkout my