Un-commit last un-pushed git commit without losing the changes
Is there a way to revert a commit so that my local copy keeps the changes made in that commit, but they become non-committed changes in my working copy? Rolling back a commit takes you to the previous commit - I want to keep the changes made but I committed them to the wrong branch.
edit: Should have mentioned this has not been pushed, only committed.
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I am unable to commit changes in my project when using git. Here is my terminal: tomas@tomas-laptop:~/menu_operations$ git commit -m initial commit error: Unable to append to .git/logs/refs/heads/7.
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I made my changes and it shows the list of files on the left side. They are all checked, I enter the commit text and do commit and then I sync. There is even a progress bar. But when it's all done, th
I merged the wrong way between two branches. I then ran the following: git reset --hard HEAD^ I am now back at the previous commit (which is where I want to be). Was that the correct thing to do? The
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I accidentally amended my previous commit. The commit should have been separate to keep history of the changes I made to a particular file. Is there a way to undo that last commit? If I do something l
Hi I want to undo my last commit. What I did is I made some changes to file then I commit them but I have not push them to main repo yet. After git commit -m comment command I ran git status and I g
I'm trying to write a fabric script that does a git commit; however, if there is nothing to commit, git exits with a status of 1. The deploy script takes that as unsuccessful, and quits. I do want to
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 have the same problem as a guy asking this question: How to git commit nothing without an error? Basically I need to run hg commit, only if there are any changes in my repository. I am using fabric
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is there some hook script in git that will detect if the submodule source tree is available whenever you push to the main project? Intend to avoid people pushing a master project that has unpushed sub
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I am trying to find a way to see the last remote commit comments without doing a pull. I know I can do a git log -1 to see the local commit, but what can I do for the remote commit?
After git pull I have done git reset hard to undo the merge with commit id before merge.Somehow my entire commit is gone and I cant the see the commit in history also. But I have the commit id , on gi
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I use textmate and cyberduck to edit css files on a remote server. others regularly edit the same files. we all use git for version control. sometimes I have a file open in textmate and I do a git pul
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I've been searching Google and cannot find anything on this error. Here is the full error: git commit -m update ui INVALID COMMIT MSG: does not match type scope: subject ! was: update ui Note:
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