How can I un-do a git commit AFTER a git push?
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 commit AFTER I did a 'git push'?
When I do 'git log', I get as my top commit
Merge: 002db49 cfb1d8f
How can I 'git revert' that change?
I get this
$ git revert HEAD
fatal: Commit 29fc764693a5933a379169e22891e4b0d3d2426f is a merge but no -m option was given.
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