Remove from history unsynced git commit that is not last one
Currently the best solution that I found is
git reset --soft HEAD^2
to keep wanted changes
git reset --mixed HEAD^
to kill unwanted commit
unfortunately it will force me to recreate commits made after one that I want to disappear
I have a question regarding renaming a branch in git. I created a local branch dev and pushed branch to remote. I did lots of work on the dev branch and am updating remote branch regularly. Now I wan
I have a list of changed files in git repository. There is one file I don't wanna commit for the current moment. Can I do: git commit -a To commit all files and then somehow remove that file from cur
Is there any way to see history of execution git fetch (update from remote) command? For example: 01 Jan fetched from sha: 01abcdf to sha: bdf412 I have regression in my code and I know time when this
I have a master branch like this.. A--B--C--D--E--HEAD Is there any command that remove one of a old commit and retain the others, say commit C? finally it becomes like this A--B--D--E--HEAD I kno
I have a large binary file in a git repository, which has been changed in a few commits. These commits also included changes to other files. I would like to have only the most recent version of the bi
I am using laravel 4 framework and in order to stay up to date I have added a remote called upstream that points to the framework repo and ran git fetch. The problem is that it pulled the whole histor
i have command in git Bash: git log -2 and it gave me results: but now i want only show commit where number equals == ca82a6dff817ec66f44342007202690a93763949 (first commit) what's command?
My workflow goes like this: Create a new branch X. Do some commits Checkout to master Merge X into master But then my history looks like this: commit c37c0b495e6cede93dd359201e14af46f7d4bbaf Merge:
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I flubbed up my history and want to do some changes to it. Problem is, I have a commit with two unrelated changes, and this commit is surrounded by some other changes in my local (non-pushed) history.
I'm writing a bash script to add, commit, push all files in a directory. #!/bin/bash git add . read -p Commit description: desc git commit -m $desc git push origin master I'm getting the following
How can I squash my last X commits together into one commit using Git?
The git GUI commit tool closes after clicking commit - is there any way to keep it open? Sometimes I want to commit multiple times, and having to reopen the commit tool adds an extra unnecessary ste
i want to have no other branch history commit when i merge other branch to master. how can i do it ? as we know: git pull --rebase origin test # mean: only history commit no merge commit. git pull --n
I'm quite new to git and so some cruft and errors have accumulated in my repository. Now I wanted to clean it up again. My situation is the following. I have added pictures to my repository but in a t
I have a problem removing a file from my git repository. In order to demonstrate: In an empty directory perform: git init echo A > A.txt echo B > B.txt git add . git commit -a -m 1. version
What are the steps to transfer selected files, along with their history, from one project to another in Git? For example, I have Project A File A.1 File A.2 File a.3 File a.4 Project B File B.1 File B
This question already has an answer here: Remove sensitive files and their commits from Git history 4 answers I pushed a file which contains some password on my git repository. How can I remove
We need to generate a TFS repository from a Git source code base, we would like to preserve the original commit history, so I tried to use Tf-Git git tf checkin --deep command that is supposed to cr
I accidentally put some changes (commit C) to master instead of branch. Later I created other branches basing on this changes (branch1 and branch2). Now I'd like to remove changes introduced by commit
How to run git commit -m '...' command from another directory? I edit my file: vim /home/.../myFile I add it using: git add /home/.../myFile But now, how can I commit the changes? git commit -m '...
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Basic question: How do I disassociate a git repo from the origin from which it was cloned? git branch -a shows: * master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master and I want to remove all knowledge of
I have pushed up two directories with to my Git Bitbucket repo, that I now wish to remove/delete. How I'm a suppose to make those changes? I already tried with: git rm -rf --cached files git commit -a
Coming from svn, just starting to become familiar with git. When a branch is deleted in git, is it removed from the history? In svn, you can easily recover a branch by reverting the delete operation
I would like to restore a whole directory (recursively) from the history of my git repository. There is only 1 branch (master). I know the commit where errors were included. Can I use the sha1 hash of
Is it somehow possible to only fetch the commit history from a remote repository? I've tried to pass the --bare option when cloning, but that seams to download the content as well. Would it be possibl
I know the slug compiler removes the .git directory when creating a heroku slug, but is there any way to configure Heroku so that I can access the currently running git commit number from within my sc
I had to do run git filter-branch the other day. I followed the instructions on github, but something went wrong. I think someone on the team didn't run rebase on a local branch, and instead merged th
I have the following git structure (Numbers denote commits): _ 1 _ 2 _ 3 _ 4 (Branch mainline) _| |_ 1 _ 2 _ 3 _ 4 _ 5 (Branch Test) Thus, Test has one extra commit than mainline does. I basically n
i have a litte messed up my git repo. I worked on a feature in a separet branch. After finishing the work, i switched to the master to merge it into. But my partner pushed a few files with come in con
I'm writing a simple pre-commit git hook that updates the year in copyright headers for files that are staged for commit. After modifying the line with the copyright, I would like the hook to stage th
I want to build a git like versioning system for one my database entities. The models would be: Commit parent_commit_id Change entity_id commit_id modifier (added, deleted, modified) Entity An Entity
The git book seems to contradict itself re git commit --amend: This command takes your staging area and uses it for the commit. If you’ve made no changes since your last commit..., then your snapshot
I have the following change history in my git repository: ---X---Y---Z---A---B---C I began working from a base of code Z and made three changes A, B and C. Each of these changes has been uploaded as
This question already has an answer here: Completely remove file from all Git repository commit history 9 answers My Problem: Early on when the repository was set up a mistake was made causing
I have the following scenario: Branch Feature A - X (HEAD) Branch Master (Have some new stuff since branch creation) A - B - C If I do git merge (on top of branch feature) I have: A - X - B - C Is
Is there a way to remove the last added Annotation?
Given a modified file i'd like be able to type something like: git qmit myFile.txt my update description qmit (quick commit) would stage and then commit immediately. I know it is possible to do a bu
I have 2 branches in my project branch1 and branch2. This is the order of commits on the braches. output of git log on branch1: commit 'a' commit 'b' commit 'c' commit 'd' output of git log on branch
I've taken a look at these previous questions already: Howto add a changed file to an older (not last) commit in Git How do I edit a previous git commit? They don't exactly address a particular issu
I have an old commit that I did a few weeks ago. I want to restore only a single file from that commit. What do I do?
I want to remove a specific commit, C, in git history, as well as some single-commit-merges. The history looks like this. In this example, I want to remove the single-commit-merge m6 and a problemati
I have string query=Date >= ' + FromDate + ' AND Date <= ' + ToDate + ' OR ; I want to remove OR from this string coming at last. How I Can remove this from string.
I have a git repo that I migrated from CVS with Author name / email mismatches. Is there a way (with out screwing up the hash of each commit) to rewrite the authors of the previous commits to unify bo
As shown on this popular answer in SO, when I need to edit/correct the message for the last commit, I do: git commit --amend -m New commit message But what am I supposed to do when I want to amend
git commit opens the text editor and displays some information about the changes to be committed: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an
Is it possible to commit an object directly from memory to a repository, or do you always have to write memory to a file, only to have git reload the file to memory?
Assuming a patch was created from a specific commit in the past, and no longer applies to HEAD. How can I find either the first or better the last commit in the history of HEAD, where this patch appli
Which command do i use to revert the changes made by the last commit? The commit was already pushed to the remote server.