How can you undo the last git add?
Is it possible to unstage the last staged (not committed) change in git? Suppose there were a lot of files in the current branch, some staged, some not. At some point, some foolish programmer accidentally executed:
git add -- .
git checkout -- .
Can this programmer now unstage his last changes with some magical git command? Or should he have committed before experimenting in the first place?
I made three commits in git but did not sync my changes. I rolled back to a local commit using the GUI and some of the commits are lost in the GUI. Can I restore those commits? I am afraid of sync'ing
I'm using Git Gui and Gitk on Windows. How do I undo a hard reset from within the past two hours? (Is it possible to do this from these applications, without using the command line?) I saw this SO pos
For adding changes to index from working directory, I use git add -up. Now I want git add -up to only show changes from specific files. How to do that? Or Rather ignore few specific files and show cha
How to add all catalog using GIT witout .pyc file? git add catalog_name git commit -m Update git push What add and where?
I somehow thought rollback means undo the last action. This is what I did: SQL> update owns 2 set DRIVER_ID=99999999 3 ^[[A^Z; 4 rows updated. SQL> select * from owns; DRIVER_ID LICENSE --------
I have done a git rm -r path/. I have commit it, and after that I have seen that I have not done git rm --cached. I have searched for going back, and I have done also: git reset --soft 'HEAD^' 2 times
I have a WinForm text editor. I would like to be able to allow the user to undo and redo changes in the Rich Text Box, like they can in Microsoft Word. I have spent the past week or so researching how
Newbie question: How do I undo local changes in a git repo back to the last push? I see lots of guidance for rolling back the last commit, or all local changes, but not this case specifically.
I'm doing git log --all to show all the commits, but there last is not being shown... Even, when I do push it says Everything up-to-date, and I expected to be able to push the last commitS. I did git
In git add how can you escape a leading - character in the filename? e.g.: git add -index-apache-.html gives: error: unknown switch `d' Thanks! PS. same for git checkout
I accidentally ran this command: git push --mirror, and now most branches in GitHub are lost. How can I get them back? What information I need to put here?
Often during a commit($git -commit -m ) I would wish to read my last comment to remember what progress I have made. Is there an easy way to directly access the last commit message through cmd line?
I want to add all the files in the current directory to git: git add . error: open(.mysql_history): Permission denied fatal: unable to index file .mysql_history That's fine. That file happens to be
I have a git repository and the scenario is like this. Past: rev 102 I made changes and pushed it to the repository, so Present: rev 103 Now, i want to undo all the changes and go back to rev 102 so t
I did a git stash pop and now I have a ton of conflicts. I had committed all my recent code before the git stash pop, so is there a way to go back to the last commit and get ride of all the conflicts
Possible Duplicate: Using Git how do I find modified files between local and remote How can I see incoming commits in git? Or even better, see what I just git fetch/git pulled? Edit: To clarify the
What's the simplest way to do an Undo last stroke from canvas? Just undo once is ok, two or three is a plus although I'd want to avoid using Stack and 'push' in favor of ArrayList since I had a workin
In Subversion you can specify a range of versions to get an aggregate view of a series of commits. Is this possible in git? If so, how?
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
Is there any way to revert or undo git pull so that my source/repos will come to old state that was before doing git pull ? I want to do this because it merged some files which I didn't want to do so,
On VS 2010, I do a Find and replace... I try to do a undo but... I can't... is there a way to undo after a find and replace or is this just a silly limitation for VS 2010? NOTE: Obviously y
I'm creating some new files and am trying to add them but when I use git add applications/libraries/calendarclass.php, it won't recognize that I have a file there I just created that file in textmate
When I hit undo in emacs it undoes the my edit, but I lose the selected region, and I have to go back and reselect it. Is there a way to bind undo so it'll select the last selected region The best I
When trying to add all of the files I deleted without using git rm I found the command git add -u Imagine my consternation when it did not work as advertised. Instead, I got the following warning
This question already has an answer here: made a disastrous mistake with “create git repo here” .how to rectify/undo? 4 answers I stupidly clicked 'Create Repo Here' inside of my SSH folder whe
How can I add the reboot action to a vdproj? I need an MSI file which restart the PC at the end of the installation.
i have a basic jquery app that allows a user to edit and manipulate some lists on a page. What I would like to do is have a button 'restore original list' that the user can press to undo his modificat
Two commits ago, I accidently changed a free picture with a picture which is protected by law (well I am not allowed to distribute that image). I haven't pushed to github yet. How can I undo these cha
I am new to git. I have checkout files from remote. I had to delete few files from the git repo. Instead of doing git rm command, I issued unix rm -rf folder command. I need to revert the delete comma
I'd like to script, preferably in rake, the following actions into a single command: Get the version of my local git repository. Git pull the latest code. Git diff from the version I extracted in ste
I do the following string of commands for git and my fingers are getting tired of typing them. :) git add . git commit -m 'Some message' git push cap deploy How can I combine those (including adding
How to add Git-Lab on Eclipse? So that I can just push or fetch from Git-Lab. I am a newbie in this, so I kinda need more explanation. Thank you.
I have reverted some code and pushed into a remote git repository. How can I un revert the changes even though it was pushed into a remote repository. Please find below what I have done: git revert
I have several commits already and I need to undo the latest one but to have changes I made in it in place. Please advice how to do that. Thank you.
In my application I want to provide the user with a small undo functionality. There aren't many actions than can be undone by the user. Particularly the actions are: Add notes to an object Color an o
When using Mercurial, how do you undo all changes in the working directory since the last commit? It seems like this would be a simple thing, but it's escaping me. For example, let's say I have 4 comm
On https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorial/undoing-changes#!reset we see the following line about git reset: it should only be used to undo local changes—you should never reset snapshots that have been
How can I use git from within Xcode? I've found SVN easy to use from Xcode; can I use git as easily?
How do you stop tracking a remote branch in Git? I am asking to stop tracking because in my concrete case, I want to delete the local branch, but not the remote one. Deleting the local one and pushing
Is it possible for me to 'git commit --amend' 2 commits AFTER I have pushed? git commit git push git commit git push Can I some how combine the 2 commits that I did? Thank you.
I'm collaborating with someone on a repo managed with bitbucket, and want to be able to deploy to a development server which unfortunately doesn't allow git (lightningbase). I want to at least be able
How can I have some debug information regarding git/git-shell? I had a problem, that user1 could clone a repository without problem, while user2 could clone only an empty one. I had set GIT_TRACE=1,
I made many changes which were not staged, and I want to undo changes in a certain folder, how can I achieve this? I knew that use git stash will undo all changes, so how can I achieve my above goal?
I made some changes to a package on Github and I send a pull request. The author decided not to merge my changes so I left with different copy of the package. How to revert my changes and create anoth
I want to undo my last commit in NetBeans. As I found the command is '$ git reset --soft HEAD~ ' but how can I do it in NetBeans7 IDE?
Is there a single command in GIT that I can use to squash last n commits together ? As of now how I do this is , invoke the command git rebase -i HEAD~n then prefix the commits which I want to squas
$ git add . ; git add *; git status # On branch master nothing to commit (working directory clean) My folder is in there, but I can't add it.
I run bundle package but now I see it doesn't save .git repos so I want to go back to normal. How do I undo this? I deleted everyting in vendor/cache but after bundle install it installed everything a
I have edited some files in working stage (not added them with git add -A. no commitment). Now I would like to revert the changes back to the last commit in my local branch. What is to do? I already s
How do I perform the equivalent of the TFS 'Undo pending changes' in Git, on one or multiple files? That basically means to do these steps: Undo changes on disk Resetting any changes Git has discover