How to undo a commit and commit the changes into the other branch in Git?
The common mistake I make in git is
- not check on which branch I am
- commit changes to a wrong branch (on branch B, thinking I'm on A, commiting a change for feature A)
How do I get back, and commit the edits to the proper branch?
When I do git diff COMMIT I see the changes between that commit and HEAD (afaik) but I would like to see the changes that were made by that single commit. I haven't found any obvious options on diff/l
I did commit on my branch. I accidently added .tar.gz files in it which i want to ignore. Then i did this git reset --soft HEAD^ Now my commit is gone Modified files are as it is But the untracked fi
I'm trying to wrap my head around the intricacies of Git. I pulled down a repository from GitHub using git clone [url here]. I made some changes, the tried to commit them with git commit. This did
From here http://blog.prabir.me/post/Undo-in-Git.aspx, it said This undo’s your commit and also resets your working tree to the last commit. 1 git reset --hard HEAD^ But how can I un-do my last comm
when i commit the changes i made in my project in Xcode, and then want to push them onto the server, xcode says i would have uncommitted changes, but I was just committing... Therefor I can not push o
How can I apply part of a commit from one branch to another? I understand that I can cherry-pick a commit, but I need to go one step further and cherry pick some of the changes introduced by that co
I accidentally delete a file from my repo using git filter-branch: git filter-branch -f --index-filter 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch images/thumb/a.JPG' HEAD How can I undo this? Is it possible?
We've recently adopted our own branch system with Git, but one thing we've been getting frustrated with recently is when trying to commit a change to remote whilst on one branch, Git stops the commit
Currently when I'm using GIT I create a branch for each job and make various commits before I'm finished. I then merge back with my master branch and push upstream. I'm likely to have several branches
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
Would it make sense to perform git rebase while preserving the commit timestamps? I believe a consequence would be that the new branch will not necessarily have commit dates chronologically. Is that t
After git pull I have done git reset hard to undo the merge with commit id before merge.Somehow my entire commit is gone and I cant the see the commit in history also. But I have the commit id , on gi
git log --grep=searchstring appears to only search the first line of every commit message. How do I search the entire commit message?
How do I undo parts of my unstaged changes in git but keep the rest as unstaged? The way I figured out is: git commit --interactive # Choose the parts I want to delete # Commit the changes git stash g
I am working on a project with a friend using a remote git tool bitbucket.org. So far that we have been working on the master branch at different times, and then commit and push those changes to the r
Is there a way in git to find the first (second, third) git commit that's not my own commit going back in time?
I am new to Jenkins. How to trigger a build remotely from Jenkins? Can anybody tell how to configure Git post commit hook? My requirement is whenever changes are made in the Git repository for a parti
I wanted to undo a couple minor changes on my repo. I decided to go back two commits, and did git reset --hard <commit> and git push -f Everything went through fine. But when I pushed to hero
I've made some experimental code that I would like to save in the repository, but I don't want it on the main branch. How would you commit this to a branch? Maybe I got this wrong, but of what I've un
I need some help with a Bash script that will automatically add the Git's branch name as a hash in commit messages. Any ideas? Thanks!
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 '...
I am attempting to figure out which remote branch was most recently updated. Something like 'git show-ref' but in chronological order would be good enough. How do I go about doing this?
I committed my changes, and started working on a new feature. I realized that I have messed things up Needed to revert back to the previous commit. What I did. git add . git commit -m Screwed Up gi
I am working in a project where we use git submodules for purposes of tracking the code as whole (Several different parts which are released together) so I like the idea that submodules tracks a speci
Accidentally I forgot to open a new branch and committed my changes to the master, but haven't pushed them to the remote repo. Now I have the message : Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 1 co
I have a branch which I've merged into master. On the branch, git log file shows a commit on February 9 On master, git log file does not show the commit on February 9th On master, git log does show th
Why does git commit -am not work on my initial commit, but works thereafter? $ touch test.txt $ ls -a . .. .git test.txt $ git commit -am Initial commit # On branch master # # Initial commit # # Unt
I have to include branch name and latest git commit SHA in TeamCity successful email template. I've added these lines to the standard build_successful.ftl email template file: <#global body> ...
I accidently deleted source directory.. I thought I was deleting another directory. But I have last commit that is where I need to revert back. I have two branches: master dev1 On dev1: git add . g
I need to find the different between two branches by commit ID, not by files. I mean, the commits which are not in one branch. How can I do it. I fires, git diff branch1...branch2, but, it gave the fi
I've two or more projects (let's call them ProjectFoo and ProjectBar) having some common code that I put in a submodule. My understanding is that if I commit changes to a submodule from within Project
How do I discard all git commits that haven't been pushed and then force git to not commit anything in the data/ directory? I'm trying to force overwrite all changes to a project stored on github from
In following example tree: A-B-C-D-E (master branch) \ F-G-H (xxx branch) I'm looking for F - the first commit in xxx branch. I think that it is possible with: git log xxx --not master and the last
Today I was working on one of my projects and I realized some weirdness with git. Git would allow you commit your work to a ghost branch. I use the term ghost branch because the changes exist somewher
git-notes is used to add or inspect object notes. How can I delete a git-notes commit, so the commit of git-notes command will not exist in git history. I want to delete git-notes commit, I'm not mean
It it safe to commit at branch A, branch a new branch B, undo last commit (or more) at A (resetting to a previous commit), leaving B with history that was deleted from A?
I have been working on a branch which we can call A. I just realized that the code I have added since I last committed should rather be in a specific (experimental) branch, but not in A. How can I
How can I combine 1st commit with 4th commit in git using 'git rebase'. From what I read here http://gitready.com/advanced/2009/02/10/squashing-commits-with-rebase.html, the 'squash' command in 'git r
I've created a project, and used svn import. Now I'd like to commit a change to files, how to do that? I have empty ~/.workspace/project/.svn/entries. If I try svn commit I get this: $ svn commit src/
Possible Duplicate: branch from a previous commit using git Can we create a branch from a previous commit? From the example below, can I create a branch from f70c700 (we're already at fabdd09 at thi
Working with git, after some 'commit', and a couple of 'push', I realized that am using the wrong branch ! Now I have to remove in some way my changes in wrong_branch and commit and push the changes i
I use git add -p to stage my changes. What I'd like to be able to do is to accumulate a commit message as I'm examining my changes and then when I call git commit, it is already filled out for me
I have a following situation: root -- A -- D ------------- H ------master \ \ \ \ \ \ - B -- C -- E -- F -- G -- I -- J -- dev Commit 'F' contains an bugfix that at first seemed to be unrelated to ma
I have a project with a master branch and a development branch. All changes should be committed in the development branch. I accidentally committed to the master branch and pushed it to Github. This c
I'am using git archive to create a zip file with latest version/HEAD but would like to add the branch name and the commit to the zip filename. How can I achieve this?
want to commit, fix errors and send changes them to the GIT repository, but the number of messages exceeds the number of rows displayed in the Unix command line so I cant read error messages. How can
i always commit to Trunk and Branch. Usually i create an patch of my trunk-changes i like to commit. execute the patch to my workcopy of the branch (sometimes merge) test trunk, test branch commit
If I simply do checkout some_commit it will switch me to this commit. But what I need is to stay on the current branch (master to be specific) and totally replace all files in it with files from som
I have a remote branch with a name that matches a prefix of existing commit hash in the master branch. I want to checkout this branch, but git will go for the commit instead. Is there an easy solution
When I do 'git status', I get % git status # Not currently on any branch. # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to update what will be committed) # (use git checkout -- &l