git undo all uncommitted changes
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 source all the files are still there. What am I missing?
What is the best (read: easiest, preferred, proper) way to divide up a set of changes among multiple branches in git? For example, assume I have made a set of (uncommitted) changes while worki
This question already has an answer here: Undo the last Git commit? 29 answers I have run git status and # On branch master # Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 4 commits. # (use git
I have made so many changes in so many files in my local git repo. But when I switched the branch using mac Git-Client without committing changes a warning window came saying there are uncommitted cha
In particular, is it theoretically possible to make changes to the central (bare; or not) git repository (i.e. having full access to the system it is on) so that the changes do not appear (as a commit
I have following working tree state $ git status foo/bar.txt # On branch master # Unmerged paths: # (use git reset HEAD <file>... to unstage) # (use git add/rm <file>... as appropriate
Git won't let me rebase from anywhere. Cannot rebase: Your index contains uncommitted changes. Please commit or stash them. Following the instructions from this answer: http://stackoverflow.com/a/13
I have a git repository that i have packed with git repack -a -d, this repacked all the objects into one big file. This saves space. However I want to undo this, and turn that one big pack file into a
Is there a way to see the size of my uncommitted changes in git? I guess if there's a way to see the size of committed changes, I could temporarily commit my stuff and look at that commit. Is there a
I have just added a bunch of files after I git init. Now I notice that I've made a mistake and want to undo all of them at once. How can I do that? $ git init $ git add . $ git status # On branch mast
I lost some code after running git reset --hard HEAD and I never committed the work. Is there any way to get this code back? Was it logged anywhere? Can I undo the command?
I have something strange going on with some of my repos .. Xcode seems to think i have uncommitted changes whereas git status affirms all is well. What would be the cleanest way to: Delete existing
git difftool launches kdiff3, which has a two-pane view of old and new. But it launches kdiff3 for one file at a time. Viewing (1/1): 'tests/integration/Test.php' Launch 'kdiff3' [Y/n]: y How do I g
I have a project in a remote repository, synchronized with a local repository (development) and the server one (prod). I've been making some commited changes already pushed to remote and pulled from t
How can I undo every change made to my directory after the last commit, including deleting added files, resetting modified files, and adding back deleted files?
I have a repository cloned from GitHub, and I made changes to file A, however Git is detecting changes to file B,C and D. All three files are detecting the changes as basically the entire contents of
I have a TextBox to which i bound a string, if i now edit the text manually i will be able to undo those changes via TextBox.Undo(), if however i change the string and the TextBox's text is updated, i
I'm inexperienced with git-flow. Is there a command to undo git-flow feature start?
A while ago I did this: git update-index --skip-worktree <file> Now I actually want to commit changes to that file to source. How do I do undo the effects of skip-worktree? Thanks, Kevin
We are currently setting up opscode chef and we want to manage all cookbooks, environments etc. via Git. Is there a best practice/automatism to make sure that all changes (e.g. new Environments) that
The way you git ignore watching/tracking a particular dir/file. you just run this: git update-index --assume-unchanged <file> Now how do you undo it?
I am a newbie in Git and it is seems a bit challenging. I have made changes in a local directory of my repository. These changes are the deletion of a file and the modification of several. How can I g
Uh oh... I mistakenly committed a pretty complex change (including subdirectory and files renames) without really knowing what I am doing (or what Git would be doing). I now want to undo everything su
I have a project that's using git. When I received the repo, it had some uncommitted changes. I committed those, and started making my own. I received work from another developer, and that developer c
I am currently working on a project which I periodically commit to the project Git repository on GitHub. Now I need to make major changes in this project without affecting the current release, so how
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
It think I did something really bad: $ git init $ git add -A $ echo some text > another-file $ git commit another-file -m message $ git reset HEAD --hard Result: all staged, but uncommitted, f
We added a new user, who did a put pull and wrongly thought it was successful. They then did a git push, but since they had no files, they deleted all the files in the entire project. Right now, we ne
I made a change in a script and committed it. Then I made a few other changes, and pushed them to a remote repository and such. Then I realised that first change I mentioned was stupid, and want to un
This is probably the simplest newbie question. I have a project in which I ran git init. After several commits, I did git status which told me everything was up to date and there were no local changes
I've previously been able to undo changes through SourceTree by performing the Discard function, which under the hood produces this command: git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false
I have a Git submodule that I have successfully cloned in to my main project. However, when I make changes in the submodule and try to push them back to the original submodule repository, Git refuses
Reading answers to this question, we learn that changes in git are stored in .git that resides in the project's root directory. But in a normal Rails app I cannot see .git anywhere.
I need to validate the user input of a JSpinner, and if invalid, I need to undo (rollback) the value change. What is the best way to do it?
I am a newbie to git initially i used to work only on master branch then i read a little about git branching and i was amazed by it power so i started using branches in my workflow when i started wit
I just ran git init on an already existing git repo. The result is Reinitialized existing Git repository How can I undo this? Thanks!
If I use push -f to overlap the last commit, namely A, on remote repository, and others have pulled A before I pushed. Anyway to undo this in case not to cause trouble for others? Is it useful to pus
How do I undo a part of the changes applied to a file that happened a while a go. I have the following commits and the accidental changes happened between A and B to 'file.txt' ...--A--B--... I have
I run into the following issue all the time with Mercurial, and it's very annoying: I'm at some revision A. I have local changes, which I meant to commit or amend on top of A, but haven't yet. I want
Is it possible to select some text with visual line and undo all changes made to it from the beginning ?
When merging develop into master I got a changes in master that makes master != develop even though they should have been identical. Reason for that is probably someone pushing conflicted files earlie
According to the documentation on git, a git pull will perform a fetch of the current branch and then run a git merge to merge the changes. After a colleague committed and pushed his changes to the se
I just Git init'ed a repos as the wrong user, and want to undo it. Is there no command for this? Do I actually have to go in and edit the .git directory?
Is there a way to have git status ignore certain changes within a file? Background I have some files in my repository that are auto-generated (yes, I know that's typically not recommended, but I have
I accidentally reverted all my changes with bzr revert before committing. Are all my changes lost or can I undo the revert somehow? I haven't lost many changes, but I'd enjoy to know if there is a saf
My team uses gerrit for handling revision. For each revision, gerrit creates a branch-like thing in the git repository, that looks like .git/refs/changes/1/2/3. Now we had to rewrite our repository's
This seems very foolish mistake, I just did a git stash pop on a dirty working tree. I do not know any way of keeping the desired changes and undoing the stash pop. Does one exist? Or such a mistake i
I made changes to some files i had in a project (they were auto generated with a tool). I want to roll back those changes, but when i click undo an error message appears, telling me that Problems o
I have copied /trunk/project_a to /branches/project_a/test_1. However, I have not yet committed the newly created branch. Then I did some changes in the working copy which I originally intended to com
I just did the following to to keep a different copy of my config.php file in my localhost vs. my production environment: $ git update-index --assume-unchanged application/config/config.php Unfortuna
This is what I read from http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Basics-Recording-Changes-to-the-Repository $ git status On branch master nothing to commit, working directory clean but in my case it shows all