Undo a git svn rebase
Is there anyway to undo a git svn rebase?
I incorrectly did some merges and want to just go back to the way things were before I tried to rebase from the central repository.
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
Is svn-rebasing-and-pushing from multiple clients to the same Git repo vulnerable to race conditions if both clients try to svn-rebase and push concurrently? Here's more info: I'm setting up a GitHub
I need help in understanding git rebase for this situation. I checked out a branch created by some one 10 days back. I checked out using git checkout -b <some name> origin/branchname (I just u
I'm using git to track a SVN repository. It's all working fine, but now the domain name of the repository changed and I need to commit my changes back to SVN. Except for git svn rebase & git svn d
As far as I know, when you want to undo something in Git you have to explicitly find the command to undo whatever it is you've done and issue it. For instance, one way among many to undo a commit and
I have a master branch and a staging branch. Now the usual workflow is that new changes happen in master then from staging I run a git rebase master. However due to the nature of my deployment infras
because I did something really bad in the past, I have to insert an empty commit at beginning for a rebase. When doing the described steps of the solution (found here git: how to insert a commit as th
I have cloned few SVN Project on my system, I used to do git svn rebase to sync them up with SVN Repositories. Now after updating XCode to version 4.3.1, this command stopped working. Executing gi
I have beem using git for quite some time now, mainly git-svn. Now I want to convince my colleagues to switch from svn to git. But unfortunaly the precondition is that the svn repository keeps on livi
git-rebase man page mentions -X<option> can be passed to git-merge. When/how exactly? I'd like to rebase by applying patches with recursive strategy and theirs option (apply whatever sticks, rat
Here is a simple path of what I'm doing: $ cd /newdir $ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:... . $ git branch -m master github $ git svn clone svn+ssh://... . $ git branch -m master SVN Then I have some script
I am reading about git rebase workflow and I think I get the basic idea, but my problem is that all the tutorials that I stumbled upon don't discuss the situation where you have something like this:
I'm getting the following error on attempt to clone svn rep with git svn: eugene$ git svn clone https://my.site/svn/ here Initialized empty Git repository in /Users/eugene/Documents/workspace/test/her
Are there any tools available that will let me rebase in git style an SVN branch onto a new parent? So, in the following situation, I create a feature branch, and there are commits to the trunk E---F
Our version control manager recommends us to use git pull --rebase to pull new changes from upstream branch. I want to use EGit (Eclipse plugin for git) to execute that. How can I do this?
I would say I do not understand the behavior of Git p4 rebase command at all. From the document and source code of git-p4 command, it just does a git p4 sync to update refs/remotes/p4/master branch
I am having problems with a rebase, here is my setup: I have a remote git repo, and a local master branch which should mirror on the remote repo, I always branch off of my local master branch. To upda
Good morning, I'm trying to squash a few commits in a git repository. > git rebase -i HEAD~3 Successfully rebased and updated refs/heads/staging. A file opens titled git-rebase-todo : pick a2f3467
The above is the result of merge and rebase. My question is that in the final state ,are C5 and C3' identical? Or say,git rebase is equal to git merge + remove C3?
I'm using git-svn to work with an svn repository. I have my git master branch tracking svn, and several local git branches. Is there any way to set up things so that if I run git svn rebase or git svn
I have a git repo that was initially cloned from an svn repo. When I tried a git svn rebase I'm getting Unable to determine upstream SVN information from working tree history I have read pretty
I cloned a github repo after forking it and did git remote add upstream (url) git checkout --track origin/master git checkout develop git checkout -b new_feature_name then some changes and git commit
I am testing git's (msysgit on Windows, latest 1.7.7 version) SVN integration via git svn set of commands. Everything seemed to work just fine up to the point when I noticed paths containing non-ASCII
Once you have checked out a SVN repository with git-svn, and you do some work, how do you push your commits to the SVN repository?
I ran a git pull --rebase, and aborted this after fixing several merge-conflicts using git rebase --abort. Before the attempted rebase, git status told me: Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by
I just ran git init on an already existing git repo. The result is Reinitialized existing Git repository How can I undo this? Thanks!
I am new to git and I want to start doing things 'properly'. I quite like this flow: git checkout -b featurebranch git commit -m some changes // manytimes * git pull // update master to origin's hea
When I encounter a merge conflict using git rebase, how can I identify the source of the conflict in terms of commits, rather than just file differences? I already know how to make (basic) use of git
Git won't let me rebase from anywhere. Cannot rebase: Your index contains uncommitted changes. Please commit or stash them. Following the instructions from this answer: http://stackoverflow.com/a/13
I am having a problem with git p4 rebase and I don't know how to start diagnosing the issue, much less what the problem is. So I have a git repo cloned from a perforce workspace by git-p4 and it's bei
I'm attempting to squash some git commits using rebase. When I run this: git rebase -i HEAD I get this error: /usr/lib/git-core/git-rebase: 1: eval: /usr/bin/mate: not found Could not execute editor
I've been looking over this post, but still can't figure out how to solve my particular issue. I'm using git-svn locally against a svn repository. I usually do the following: git svn rebase (to get t
I'm using git-svn to manage a Subversion repository using git. I usually have a large number of git branches at any one time. I often need to update them to match the latest code in the repository, bu
If you delete a directory from an SVN working copy, but haven't committed yet, it's not obvious how to get it back. Google even suggests svn undo delete before commit as a common query when you type
I have moved subdirectory in separate repository and then included it as submodule. Now I want to rebase another branch on top of that change. israfel:proj almad$ git rebase -i origin/master error: co
I'm pretty new to git so not sure how to fix the current problem I find myself in. I was told to do a git pull --rebase git push To merge my local commits to the ones on the server. Now however, all
So I've jumped through a lot of hoops to make the fork/rebase/pull-request git workflow palatable to developers on my team who fear version control and the command line. In adding a rebase article to
When i do git rebase branch1 in my branch1-local i get conflicts. I solve the conflict, do git add <conflicted-add> and then do git rebase --continue as git asks me to do. After that a new commi
I am working on a project managed with Git with about 20 people divided into teams. The project managers require that all of the working branches are not just merged into master, but are rather rebase
I was wondering if someone had a trick to color the ouput of a merge or rebase when there is a conflict. I want to color specially the line with the filename, for example the second line here : Auto-m
I just Git init'ed a repos as the wrong user, and want to undo it. Is there no command for this? Do I actually have to go in and edit the .git directory?
Below svn branches have been added into .git/config file. [svn-remote svnb02] url = https://svn/repos/Project/branches/b02 fetch = :refs/remotes/git-svn-b02 [svn-remote svnb03] url = https://svn
I am very confused, I have read several posts, blogs and articles and don't know where to go. I am using an svn server repo that I pull down with git svn and work on. I am currently the only person de
How i should use rebase for this case: I have 3 features in branches: feature/f1 feature/f2 feature/f3 and I have master branch: master I merge this 3 features into master branch. My commit history lo
I am trying to do a git rebase to migrate data to a disconnected SVN clone branch. Let's say I am trying this with the SoundManager2 repo from Github. About the first 20 or so of the rebase actions wi
I've been looking into rebasing with Git over the past couple days. Most of the arguments for rebasing say that it cleans up the history and makes it more linear. If you do plain merges (for example),
I have been happily using HgSubversion for awhile and today I forgot to add the --svn to the rebase command. Now i get the dreaded unknown revision '' Is there a way to recover from this?
I have two branches: master tmp tmp branch is detached I need to put tmp branch on top of master with resolving conflicts in priority of tmp When I do git checkout tmp git rebase --strategy=recurs
Use case: Three git clones of the same repository A, B, B2. Repos A and B are normal, B2 is naked (made with --bare). All under my control, i.e. there is only one user. On site B, I do work (several g
let's say if I have 2 branches top and master if I am on feature branch, and run git rebase master does it rebase master or rebase topic branch? doing git rebase --help gave me this Assume the followi