Completely revert a repo and local files to one particular commit state
so I want to remove everything that I have worked on today, both from the git repo and also my local.
i have a commit from yesterday, which I want to revert to. Could i remove the repo and then clone the repo from a specific commit?
I'm building an application which I'm also testing in Heroku. I ran into some problem today and had to rollback one commit in my local git repo, but Heroku now won't recognize my changes saying that
Is there a way to pull out a copy of my repo up to a certain commit? I'm using github, and I see a particular checkin has the following ids on its page: commit: abc tree: def parent: xyz So I'd like
I created my own SVN repo locally. Then used: svnsync init DEST SRC svnsync sync DEST svnsync checkout DEST The checkout worked successfully and I got all the files from the original SVN repo and tha
Let's say we have commit A and B, and B depends on A's modification. We want to revert A, will that be successful? Also, what would happen if a line added by 'A' is no longer present?
When I try to do the following, i simply end up generating empty commits; that is, it creates a commit with nothing changed in it. string filename = path/to/file; repo.Index.Stage(filename); repo.Co
This question already has an answer here: Revert to a previous Git commit 11 answers I cloned a Git repository and then tried to roll it back to a particular commit early on in the development
I have an existing repository with folders and files on Github and I have just created four new repositories. I wish to distribute the files/folders in the existing repository into the new repositorie
If there have been commits and many changes since an earlier commit, is there a simple way to revert everything to the exact state of that earlier commit? If so, is it possible to easily switch back t
I cloned a github repo into my repo (let's say https://github.com/foo/bar.git ) to my local git hepo. After doing git add -A, I see that git only created my_repo/bar/ directory, but didn't add its con
How would you drop local state in git ? Eg. you are 199 commit ahead of origin/MyBranch on you local MyBranch unfortunalty all that you have done is nonsense ... What I want to achieve is something si
I used git to checkout code from central repository. After I changed the code, I cannot make commits to that central repository, so I made commit to local repository. Now without affecting the central
Is it possible to remove all files in a repository and update it with only the files I have in my local machine? The reason is that, there are certain files that is not necessary in my github and so I
I recently screwed up my git repo and would like to find out if there is any remedy to it. My setup is this: Central repo on github. Personal repo on github (which is a fork of Central) +Central is se
I want to do a revert of a commit, but only for some files. (Not a checkout; a revert. If you are unfamiliar with the difference, keep reading.) I tried this git revert --no-commit abcdef123456 -- my/
I have 3 commits (I am currently only using GIT on my local machine). If I delete commit 2, will it affect any of the changes in commit 3 as commit 3 was followed on from commit 2? I was planning on u
I have read the docs as well but could not get one thing. Suppose I added new files to the repo. Then which command do I need to execute first: git add -A or git commit - m test
git revert HEAD reverts all changes, but what I want to revert the ones except my go extension files? I want to revert all changes except the one with *.go I tried git revert HEAD ^*.go git revert HE
I have a working, live website that I am certain has the latest, correct version of every file, that is not managed with Git. I also have a Bitbucket Git repo that's ostensibly for that site, but that
I have a local development system where I have a Ubuntu-Server VM and I use eclipse in windows host. I develop in eclipse using Remote System Explorer & SSH. I want that whenever I save a file or
I have created one new branch X Then I merge this branch with local master and push local master to origin Then I do more changes on branch X I would like to push these changes to origin but on origin
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 working with repo command. I initialize some folder with command repo init -u URL I download files with command repo sync Then I have changed something in files (i am applied the patch that change
I have latitude/longitude of particular state latitude/longitude of particular suburb What I want : I want to know Area of particular state particular suburb lie in which state What I already
When using Git, my workflow usually involves firing up TortoiseGit and selecting the files that i'd like to commit. This (i assume) runs git add (?) and commits these changes to the local repo. My que
hg backout tip seem to also revert all your files back to the older version. Is there a way to change it back to EXACTLY like before the commit -- that is, with several files Modified but uncommitte
I am working on a very large repository which has lots of binary data stored in it. I only edit a small subset of files. Is there any way i can delete all the binary files and certain directorys from
I've corrupted one file and I'd like to revert it back. My project is using git-svn. So how can I revert this one particular file? Or even better if I could view whole change set of this file. Detaile
I want to compare two files (one file is located on local location and second is located on http server). Can I do that without downloading? I want to know that two files is completely the same.
I have clone of a repo. The project is new to me and I want to browse through an early commit (#abc) on my filesystem. How do I create a directory which mirrors a commit state? (I'm happy to lose the
This question already has an answer here: Eclipse git checkout (aka, revert) 7 answers Scenario: I have local uncommitted changes to a source file which I want to undo, and get the source file
In my git repo which is tracking a svn repo I have made a number of edits to a single file. Now I want to revert those changes(like svn revert), but only portions of the file. I want to be able to vie
Say I make a bunch of changes to my files locally, then add these changes to the staging index and then commit them. Then I realise that actually, I've made some mistakes, and I want to quickly undo t
How does one revert a remote git repo after a reset done locally? We had accidentally pushed changes to master branch. I've reverted the code in the local branch to the last good commit. Now, I am try
Here's my situation: About 10 commits ago, I accidentally did a bad commit. I was switching between UNIX/Windows, and long story short, I did a commit where EVERY file was changed, due to the line en
So in one of my directories I ran chmod -R ugo+rx which turned every file in this directory (and all directories within) into files with executable permissions. Now, I could either try to revert thi
Although there have been many questions already related to svn revert, I am not sure if this particular question has been asked before. So please read on first before you close/delete/etc. this questi
I had installed Git, edited files with Notepad++ and used GitBash to commit my changes in some local repositories. Some of them are published to GitHub, some were cloned from project sites. But now, N
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 am attempting to clone a github wiki and make a local repository for use with RStudio similar to my use of github with the main repo the wiki is located in. I am attempting to clone the wiki per the
In git, how can one find out which files in directory have NOT changed since some commit?
I'm brand new to git and I'm having major issue when trying to push a local repo to github. I set up a remote repo called origin with my github repo SSH address. Then when I try to push I keep getting
I have problem with svn. After create new project in netbeans IDE and svn on server i checkout the project and commit new local files, commit doesn't show errors everything goes fine but files are not
I have added two new files to my commit, and deleted them after commiting to my local repo , how can delete those files from the same commit.
I finally got Gitlab running on Mountain Lion Server. Everything seems to work fine except the Files and Commit Pages, I always get 404 The resource you were looking for doesn't exist. But the Repo
I am using Amazon Ec2 . I am trying to create a Remote Repo on the Ec2 server to which I can check in code and run my server from there . Ec2 Server Here is created two folders /home/ubuntu/project.
I make changes to my central repo (added files), then issue a commit. THen go to a new working repo, and issue a clone from central. I get everything but the files I just committed. What am I missin
I would like to revert only the local code to previous versions. For extra points, what i would like to do is to revert a folder to a previous version (only locally) and generate a file of difference
Please help I'm new to Git - Something has gone seriously wrong in my application and I want to restore a previous commit - but nothing is working - No matter what I do I still see the later files on
Is there a git porcelain command to revert the working dir state of a staged file to its HEAD state and at the same time keep the staged state of the file? Later I would like to be able to revert the
By mistake I rm -rf a directory in my git repository. The changes are not commited and I wanted to revert this change and go back to my last git commit. # On branch release-1 # Changes not staged for