How do I create a new git branch from an old commit? [duplicate]
[Branch from a previous commit using git]
Link to a more recent/less clear question: (Branch from a previous commit using git)
I have the git branch called:
jzbranch and an old commit id:
How do I create a new branch
justin from the information listed above
I am using Git and I have committed few files using git commit -a Later, I found that a file had mistakenly been added to the commit. How can I remove a file from the last commit?
With git-svn If I have cloned svn repository with all trunk, branches and tags, how do I create a new svn branch out of a svn branch? I know I can create a new branch from trunk (master) with git svn
sorry if this question exists, I surprisingly could not find it :/ How can I perform a git diff between two files within the same branch & same commit? i.e. git diff fileA.php fileB.php (ideally w
I'm aware that Cmd+k (on a Mac) will bring up the Git commit dialog, but I can't figure out how to do a commit and then a push without switching to my mouse. Can anyone provide any guidance here?
This question already has an answer here: Find the parent branch of a branch 4 answers I am new to Git. I am now working on a branch named fixes. Actually I have forgotten from where I have cut
Possible duplicate: Getting existing git branches to track remote branches I know how to make a new branch that tracks remote branches. But how do I make an existing branch track a remote branch. I k
I'm looking for a less rubbish way of doing this: git diff patch.DisableCreditCheck > ~/patch patch -p1 < ~/patch ie. The changes from a branch as raw uncommitted changes. The downside of patc
If I am on branch b-one and I run git commit -m init commit and then git checkout -b b-two, does the commit carry to the new branch? More generally, are commits branch specific? Or when you commit,
How do I resolve a UU (merge conflict) without adding that file to the next commit. For example, I just cherry picked a commit to another branch and there were merge issues. I solved the merge issue a
I have a Git repository with two branches: master and redesign. The redesign branch was created from master, and master has not been touched since then: master ...|--m50--\ \--m51--|--m52--|--m53-- re
I have many git repositories. I'm writing script which creates newBranch from master at every repo. So I do this command set for every repo: git checkout master git branch newBranch git push origin ne
My current branch naming convention is as such: ticket-45-my-new-feature-branch-description I am currently using this code in my .git/hooks/prepare-commit-msg file to prepend every commit message wit
I tried to remove a file from my remote repo by running: git filter-branch --index-filter 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch Rakefile' HEAD But Git complains that Cannot create new backup. A previou
What is the most concise and clean way of creating the following: Duplicate existing master branch to a remote 'experiments' branch? Setup remote to follow this new 'experiments' branch. Setup loca
I've accidentally started working on a new feature in the middle of another. My repository simply looks like this: A - B - C - D - E master But I'm hoping to make it look like this: A - B - D - E mas
I created a tag on the master branch called v0.1 like this: git tag -a v0.1 But then I realised there were still some changes I needed to merge into master for release 0.1, so I did that. But now my v
Possible Duplicate: How can I commit only part of a file in git How do I commit a few specific line ranges from a file to git? while ignoring some other line changes in the same file.
I created a new Branch before I started dev on something experimental. I usually forget that (which isn't a problem), but now I did it beforehand. Since then I have updated 3 files. In 2 are only ex
Suppose we start with a brand new setup. touch somefile git init . git add . git commit -m initial commit git branch dev git checkout dev After doing git status, I get nothing to commit (working di
I'm new to Git and a bit confused. I have Master branch and have created a second feature branch. If I make changes in my feature branch and then switch to Master, will my changes be lost if I don't
I accidentally created commits by unknown in my repository, and decided to try running a command from here: git filter-branch --commit-filter ' if [ $GIT_COMMITTER_NAME = unknown ]; then GIT_COM
Forking prezto I forked sorin-ionescu/prezto (upstream) from github to my github account (nasenatmer/prezto) (origin), cloned it locally and started configuring it, adding files, while constantly comm
I'm new to git and I did not do an initial commit. I had a folder on my machine and ran git init, then git pull from the remote respository, and then committed the changes I had made locally. Is it po
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
If I do git log, is there any parameter I could specify to be able to tell from the output which branch every commit belongs to? Edit: to clarify, I understand that a commit may be part of two branche
This question already has an answer here: How to remove/delete a large file from commit history in Git repository? 6 answers Edit the root commit in Git? 5 answers It seems that my initial
I am trying to get Composer do download the latest commit for the Behat/MinkSelenium2Driver package. That particular repo only has a master branch. I have tried every method I can think of, including
I was working on a feature branch and I did a git checkout -b feature/other-feature, did some work, committed it and then pushed it to origin feature/other-feature on github. When I created a pull req
This question already has an answer here: Pull a specific commit from a remote git repository 3 answers I create an empty new repository locally, I add a remote repository. Now instead of cloni
I know enough of git to be dangerous. I am working on frameworks/base git of android repo. I changed to a branch p/androidopt. This branch has remote tracking branch vsg/p/androidopt. Later I made cha
Previously my code was infected by a horrifying bug wreaking havoc. After a long fight I decided to just $git checkout to a pre-bug commit. And now $git branch returns a list with the branch (no bra
How do I create a branch in SVN using Xcode4?
Possible Duplicate: How to merge a branch into another with override option in git I have some folders on a branch, I want them to just override the same folders on master. I dont want to go through
I have a branch, mybranch, that has six commits and stems from commit C. I would like to create a new branch, also based on commit C, that effectively includes all the commits from mybranch, squashed
The problem I've had is that my fingers automatically type git push origin master. If I instead am working on new-branch and was meaning to type git push origin new-branch and there are unpushed chang
This question already has an answer here: Git commit to common submodule (master branch) 1 answer I have, in my naivety, set up a git submodule and treated it like a Subversion external - i.e.
Your current branch is master and if u create another branch like that git branch develop,then in branch develop you will have similar code about master。how can i get an empty branch.
I have versioned my folder with git init git add . git commit -m 'Initial commit' Should I do git add <newfile> for each new file I create in .? Doesn't adding entire folder mean that all new
Possible Duplicate: Git - Create a branch with current changes I have done a whole lot of work on my project which I realise should have been done on another branch. If I create a branch now, will m
Possible Duplicate: Find the parent branch of a branch I have made a new feature branch but I have forgotten form where did I branch this feature branch. Now the feature is complete but I don't know
how can I know when a git branch was created? i don't want to know when was the first commit to that branch. I want to find out when that branch was created. This is a script to reproduce a working ex
I have a branch which have 2 new files .I want to merge those files to another branch - NOT trunk? Is it actually merge ?- because the new files are not in destination branch I tried to do a check ou
I want to create a new git repository of a folder under an existing git repository. I want the history to be preserved in the new repository. How do I create this new git repository?
This question already has an answer here: git: switch branch without detaching head 3 answers Instructions of the type git branch temp Create a new branch but don't move the head. # Not curren
I have this (git repo): A--B--C--D ->master \--E ->dev And I want to bring only commit D to branch dev (D doesn't depend on C), so that: A--B--C--D ->master \--E--D' ->dev But D' shouldn
I merged a relatively old branch into master and the outcome of the merge was an unholy mess. For some unknown reason when I ran git merge it automatically took some of the out of date code that had s
Possible Duplicate: How can I change the default comments in the git commit message? The default git commit message is : # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#'
This question already has an answer here: git: can i commit a file and ignore the content changes? 2 answers Untrack files from git 3 answers I need to ignore files in git! I don't think ig
I'm new to git and learning from a PDF. I just executed a command $ git commit and it opens a new editor. But I'm trying to close that new commit editor. How to do this? I'm using git on windows.
I had to go back six commits in Git with the command git checkout idofthecommit What I have been doing was continuing commit, commit, commit. Since I have created no real new branch, when I git push