Git undo local branch delete
I just deleted the wrong branch with some experimental changes I need with
git branch -D branchName.
How do I recover the branch?
I have a git repo with a dev and a master branch. Now I am trying to use a different revision of a submodule in each branch. So for example I do this: git checkout master cd submodule git checkout v1.
I made a git branch unintentionally named 0.2 which is also a tag. So I tried to remove it from origin: $ git branch -rD origin/0.2 Deleted remote branch origin/0.2 But then: $ git fetch origin * [
In the documentation for git's merge command, the result of git merge topic is shown as this: A---B---C topic / \ D---E---F---G---H master In this scenario it looks to me that if I were to delete to
I have use gitlabhq configed a git server. All Repos save in /repos/ directory at server. I have a project, and have a branch, this branch have big files. For save disk space, i delete this branch use
I am trying to recover my work. I stupidly did git reset --hard, but before that I've done only get add . and didn't do git commit. Please help! Here is my log: MacBookPro:api user$ git status # On br
What is the right way to undo a rename in git, like: git mv file1 file2
There is somthing I don't get yet with git. It is branch. So let say that I have a local repository A which I clone from a remote one B. So now A have the master branch checked out. So when I push fro
I mistyped a git command which resulted in the creation of a local branch called, '--track'. I've tried the following: git branch -m --track delme (this renames the current branch to delme, not the br
I accidentally did: git checkout mybranch git branch --set-upstream origin mybranch Git says: Branch origin set up to track local branch mybranch. How do I reset that and what could it do to me? Th
I just used a git clean command and managed to delete my Documents, Music, and other directories. Is there a way to undo this and somehow get those files back? I did this via Terminal on Mac. Time M
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
Lets' say I had a branch named coolbranch in my repository. Now, I decided to delete it (both remotely and locally) with: git push origin :coolbranch git branch -D coolbranch Great! Now the branch is
I noticed the following branch merged to master branch. I have a DEV and Master stream. This branch was merged to DEV but some how also found in master when I review master by issuing git log origin/m
Is it possible to delete a remote branch with hg-git? I can delete the tag locally (hg bm -d old-branch), but it's not obvious how to tell the git server to do the same.
I'm trying to undo all changes since my last commit. I tried git reset --hard and git reset --hard HEAD after viewing this post. I responds with head is now at 18c3773... but when I look at my local s
I'm looking for a solution to apply a feature branch to the development branch in git without actually moving the branch pointer. Essentially, I'd like to create a single commit off of the feature bra
I have a local develop branch dev and a remote master branch. For the dev branch, I have a quite complicated commit history(nearly 20 successive commits). I tried to use git rebase -i origin/m
I have forgot to create local branch and was working with remote. After making some changes, i by mistake using Eclipse Git plugin commit this branch in nowhere(obliviously there wasn't local branch).
Scenario: I have a remote git repo for a website, cloned to my local working directory. When I am working in the cloned repo (master branch), I delete test.html, ($ git rm test.html) then commit th
I'm trying to push a new local branch product-0.2 to remote where there is already a tag with the same name (but the branch itself does not exist) git push -v --tags --set-upstream origin product-0.2:
When I git branch -a | grep my_funny_branch it gives remotes/origin/my_funny_branch But when I git branch -d -r origin/my_funny_branch it gives error: remote branch 'origin/my_funny_branch' not foun
I want to clone the public Linux master branch from Kernel.org so I can experiment with the code on my personal computer without affecting the public branch. I have already performed git clone and a c
I am on master. When I do git status I am told $ git status # On branch master # Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 13 commits. # (use git push to publish your local commits) # nothing to co
I have a master branch and branched out from it to a build branch. I cloned this repository to a different machine. I created a branch my_build to track the remote build branch. Now i have few commit
I recently started using the GIT command line commands ( I used to use SourceTree). When I want to create a new branch, I would usually do git checkout -b <branch-name>. When I want to push it t
I do my development of various features in git branches. When I want to check my code into SVN via git-svn, I do the following: git co feature_branch git svn rebase git co master git svn rebase git me
I accidentally created a branch called remotes/origin/remotes/origin/aclark and can't delete it with: git branch -d remotes/origin/remotes/origin/aclark Git says: error: branch 'remotes/origin/remo
The steps I took: I cloned a repo from github. I checked out a branch called develop. I created a new branch called hotfix. I worked on my local hotfix branch. Then I tried to push hotfix to g
How can I do this in git: My current branch is branch1 and I have made some local changes. However I now realize that I actually meant to be applying these changes to branch2. Is there a way to apply/
What is the difference between git branch --track and git checkout -b --track, if there is any?
In Enterprise Architect you can checkout a single package or checkout a branch (includes all sub packages) EA then provides the ability to undo a checkout but it doesn't seem to provide the ability to
I just accidentally typed git branch -- merged instead of git branch --merged and now when I type it correctly, I see a new merged-in branch called merged. I'm not sure if this is a feature of git
I started messing around with git filter-branch. The --all option rewrites all branches and tags. Cool. git filter-branch creates a backup of all refs it overwrites in refs/original. Very Cool. Now I'
Just a simple question that might seems dumb but I'm not a git expert! Let's say I delete a branch in local and push my delete. The branch will no longer be on my git repository. But what'll happen if
Background: Our team needs to connect to an svn server and work on a particular branch (not the svn trunk). On top, we need to also get the trunk and merge between them. I have set up a local git repo
I am new to git. I have an issue where I get this message when I checked out a local branch: Your branch and 'origin/master' have diverged, and have 5 and 4 different commits each, respectively. (use
This question already has an answer here: How to fully delete a git repository created with init? 6 answers I can't find the command. I tried Googling git 'delete a repository'.
I use git flow so I work on a develop branch and only push releases to master. After creating a remote (named heroku) on my Heroku account, I started pushing my local develop branch to master, mostly
I am wondering what happens if I create a branch in git that have the same name as a remote branch. Would the first branch stop to exist in the remote repository once I push my branch? For example, le
Is it possible to set branch permissions using git bash? I would like to have much more strict permissions on the master branch, so that some people can use the development branch and commit to it and
I have created git clone in local directory. Then I have run npm and also installed some node packages(gulp etc). But I don’t want now the working directory. So I just did right click mouse and delete
I am working in local with git and my remote repository is svn so I use the git svn script to interract with the distant repo. On the repo there is a trunk who correspond to my git master, no pr
I'd like to delete a remote branch from my central git repository. The usual advice is to do 'git push origin :branchname' or 'git push origin :heads/branchname'. But when I try that, I get this error
I'm on local branch A and did some changes without committing (they are not done). Then I want to create a new branch B (to work on something different) without bringing in the changes in branch A. If
OK so I'm tracking a remote repo on two machines so both have the master branch. I also made a local branch on my laptop called development. Is there a way for me to copy that local branch over to my
I run: git checkout mygithub/master but for some reason, running 'git status' shows not currently on any branch. Running: git checkout master and then git status, says that I'm now on branch mas
I could use a hand with learning how to push a local branch to a remote branch. Please see below. Help much appreciated! The local branch was created after cloning the repo then doing $ git checkout -
In my local git tree I pull commits from the master branch in the repository, but all development is done in a different branch, and pushed in a different branch too. I would like to avoid mistakes
I made a mistake in a git svn dcommit and would like to undo the commit. (I was actually trying to push to a branch, but pushed to trunk instead.) How can I do this with git-svn?
I have a local branch test, and I want to rebase off of the remote branch test, how would I do this? I have tried git rebase origin test, but the changes someone pushed a short while ago arent being r