Git pull old commits
How do I git pull something on a previous commit on a repository? I'm following a guide in which half of the code was outdated and the other half is not. So I need to send that one half back to its previous state on my local files. Or should I be using checkout? I found the commit I think I need but I cannot get it to replace my files. Thanks in advance.
I'm new to git and am using github for my remote rep. Is there a way to view all local commits and branches through a chart like when you view it in the github Network Graph Visualizer? More like a lo
I noticed a moment ago that my .gitconfig -file was public at my repo. It contains my secret tokens. I git-add -u the file and committed. I am not sure whether this command removes the file from the p
I'd like to get the number of commits per author on all branches. I see that git shortlog -s -n Prints a very nice list but it is not counting the commits that are not yet merged from other branches.
How can I make a pull using Git GUI tool? It seems there is no pull command anywhere. Is there an equivalent menu option using Git GUI? Any help will be appreciated.
What's the difference between 'git pull' and 'git fetch'? The question above's top answer says In the simplest terms, git pull does a git fetch followed by git merge or git rebase. I understand th
Is it possible to check who has made a pull in a project using Git? The project is hosted on an HTTP server. I can check who made commits, but I can't see who has pulled.
I need to surround git changes between commits with #ifdef macros. This will help me to enable/disable my changes using macros. The idea is to switch quickly between two different source implementatio
I'm starting a project using git where I'll be committing very large files, but only a few times a week. I've tried to use git as-is and it seems to store the entire file in each commit where it is ch
While git-blame and counting number of lines changed by an author within a git repository are helpful, is there a command that can list all of the pathnames modified in a repo across all commits by ei
I read on here and searched a lot but didn't find the answer, so Is there a way to switch between commits like you do with branches.Let's say I have these commits: a;b;c where c is my last commit, can
I have a big Mercurial Repository on Google Code Hosting, how can I delete the old commits/revisions? I don't need that old revisions anymore because I have forked it to other repositories.
I need to automatically pull down a compressed version of my repo with a python script. What would be the best way to do this? As far as I know the archive command in git does not support remote repos
When I type git show-ref from a repo I get HASH-B (placeholder for an actual hash) for the refs/heads/master but HASH-A for the refs/remotes/origin/master. These are both bare repos. When I do a fetch
I'm just wondering what are more reasons to use git pull --rebase instead of git pull except this weird merge commits that appear when you do just git pull? Thanks!
I have a user that has, up until today, been called foo.bar. Now that user will be known as fb instead from here on. But I would like to update all the old commits to reflect this username instead of
I've cloned a repository called A and created a new branch called Li. Now someone updated A's master branch and I've pulled the changes to my master branch using: git checkout master git pull origin m
Say you've got a user who made a few commits and rolled them into one pull request. You want to accept one of the commits, but reject the others. Is this possible with GitHub?
I typically use git pull --rebase if I'm working directly on master (which I try not to do anyway). In the event that I forgot to do a rebase and just did git pull, is there a way to undo that and mak
Steps: Cloned Linux repository Made some changes in code Committed code: git commit -m commit message1 Another commit: git commit -m commit message2 >git log, displays the two commits as expe
I have the following message in git: # Your branch and 'origin/master' have diverged, # and have 3 and 8 different commits each, respectively. # (use git pull to merge the remote branch into yours)
i have a local git repos. Now is want to have a list with all commit hash since the last pull. So a possible to list them. hfsjkhgdfjkhgjkhfgjk gfegwgwwgewgeregeerg ewgetwgetgtgtgttewgt gwtgwgtgtrwgtr
Steve Losh: A Guide to Branching in Mercurial - Mercurial will push/pull all branches by default, while git will push/pull only the current branch. I wonder if my understanding is right: It occurs
This question already has an answer here: Insert a commit before the root commit in Git? 10 answers New Question Two questions: I'm trying to put a commit before ALL commits. The bottommost co
How do you list your commits along with their SHA1 values in git?
I've got two branches. Lets call them A & B for now. I want to selectively copy something like 20 commits from A to B. Is there any efficient way to do this? I know I can git cherry-pick commits
I have a main site which I have forked off into two new sites. The sites are 80% the same, but there are some differences. So, when making changes on the main site there are certain commits that need
I have a git-repository of my project with about 20 commits. I know how to clone the actual commit with git clone, but how can I clone an old commit? is there a really good git-GUI (imho qgit is
My teammate has pushed some code changes on the git repo but when I use the command git log, I cannot see his commit in the commit history. I can view it only when I pull the code. Is there a way to s
When I run git pull, I get this: edson$ GIT_TRACE=1 git pull -v trace: exec: 'git-pull' '-v' trace: run_command: 'git-pull' '-v' trace: built-in: git 'rev-parse' '--git-dir' trace: built-in: git 'rev-
I'm a newbie in using git version control, I got this error when running git pull origin master, this is the error : From /opt/mygit/abc * branch master -> FETCH_HEAD error: Untracked working tree
I want to get all files that are changed in commits that matched some conditions. So I have following: git log --grep=123, and I need to get files that are changed in that commits as an aggregated lis
My Git repo has hundreds of gigabytes of data, so I'm trying to remove old, outdated commits, because they're making everything larger and slower. I need a solution that's fast; the faster, the better
Is there a way to show all commits like a verbose or debug function when using git pull origin master? I just want to see what changes are committed.
I am trying to push commits to my github repository. Running git push -ff while using HTTPS will give me: (I am using the -ff flag because I was fixing an invalid commit) C:\Users\mooman\Dropbox\Proje
After some playing with remotes I ended up with all my commits being doubled. E.g. instead of C3107 .. C3 C2 C1 I got C3107 C3107 .. C3 C3 C2 C2 C1 C1 where doubled commits has same names but diff
I have a series of commits in a fork that I want to apply or reject one at a time to my fork. Should I use git cherry-pick for this?
When I run git pull origin test, I get fatal: unable to connect to cache daemon: Permission denied followed by the prompt for the github username and password. The directory is located under my homef
I am using Git with IntelliJ IDEA 12.1, and I want to create a single patch from multiple consecutive commits in my repository. However, the Create Patch button is greyed out as soon as I select mor
I'd like something like git blame for pull requests. In order to audit changes on a file, I need to annotate a file with references to the pull request (rather than the commit) that merged each chan
I'd like to enforce that all commits to master come from a pull request. We don't want commits directly to master if it doesn't come through a pull request. Is there any way to do this? Can this be ac
I'm using git-cvs, and my general workflow is something like this: ...write some code... $ git commit $ git cvsexportcommit -c -p -v <asdf> $ git cvs-import $CVSROOT $ git pull This generally w
Having no remote repository, just one local repository with two branches. $ git branch -a master * devel Are following commands in this context the same/synonym? $ git pull . master and $ git merge
Is there a way to reduce repo size by removing local copy of data about old commits? Similar to how git clone --depth 5 produces a small local clone with only recent commit data. The repo contains gig
We recently switched to git and are trying to use Submodules to include our Common libraries. No matter what we do we can not get 'git pull --rebase' to work in the Super or Submodule. We get: james:
I'm getting suddenly this error when I try to pull changes from repository: git pull fatal: http://guthub.com/msalsas/BunchOfColors/info/refs not valid: is this a git repository? Seems to be a typo (
My colleague tried to do a git pull from our master. He got this error: $ git pull fatal: loose object f7630cc30248df1e19bcb40c9de1b60b71cdfce1 (stored in ./objects/f7/630cc30248df1e19bcb40c9de1b60b71
i would like to run a git pull and specify the directory. some say using --git-dir and --work-tree should work but such as git --git-dir=/var/www/.git --work-tree=/var/www pull put this returns a c
I was trying the Perfect Workflow, with Git, GitHub, and SSH, and i have everything set up, except running the command git pull from php. When i run exec('git pull') i get: Could not create director
So I have enough knowledge of git to get by however I've been running into an annoyance when using git. When I try to push my commits to github and I haven't checked for someone elses push first I hav
I have a branch master which has a so-called hotfix-branch, hotfix/foo, on that hotfix-branch, I have several commits, say A, B and C. I then merge that into master with: git checkout master git mer