How do I fix incorrect pushed commit in Git?
I was so dumb that I committed and pushed it to the server and found out that the commit message was wrong. So I used --amend to fix the comment. But now I can't push to the server anymore :S
What to do?
I have a load of deleted files I want to commit. But I don't want to type git rm for each one. If i type git rm . -r it will try and delete everything. What do I type to commit all these deletes in on
I've made several commits to a local branch, but I'm not sure what the best way to diff what I currently have to my branch's starting state. I know I can do something like git diff HEAD HEAD~6 if ther
I don't quite understand how the commits are squashed with git rebase -i. There is one thing I was left wondering: If my rebase -i produces this list: pick A Last commit pick B Commit pick C Some othe
Context: a git commit is detected by TeamCity and an automatic build is started. Given the git commit hash, and the TeamCity configuration, how do you find the build in the configuration that contains
I have a working tree containing 3 commmits: ➜ ~myproject git:(master) git log commit a99cce8240495de29254b5df8745e41815db5a75 Author: My Name <email@example.com> Date: Thu Aug 16 00:59:05 2012 +0200
How can I change the time I've made a commit in my local repository? Suppose I've done several commits and noticed that the date on my computer is wrong. These commits were not pushed anywhere yet, so
I understand that git rebase -i HEAD~2 would open the commits in an interactive mode. I want to skip all those steps and just squash those 2 top commits and pick the commit message from HEAD^. How can
I'm not really familiar with how git works. I pushed a commit by mistake and want to revert it. I did a git reset --hard HEAD~1 and now the project is reverted on my machine, but not on github. If I
I would like to amend a merge commit which failed a unit test on our continuous integration server, but I don't want to leave a commit which fails tests in the history. Since this commit was only used
This question already has an answer here: Undo the last Git commit? 29 answers I did the following comments git add /file1/path git rm /file/path git commit -m message how do I undo my last
I wanted to modify the commit message on a commit I just made, so I tried to do: git commit --amend (as I normally do), but I got an error: Unable to find modified files; please check git status Now
On OSX, often I go to the git log in order to find a commit, usually a few back, copy it with my mouse, then rebase off of that. How can I do this easily without using my mouse or memorizing it?
I can't seem to commit only a fraction of the changes in a file, it seems to be all of the file or nothing, I'm using Git with Intellij, is it possible? Thanks.
I want to see all the files that were committed in a particular commit in git, how do I do that?
In the git window of IntelliJ IDEA, I can see the diffs of a regular commit. But, if the commit is merge commit, nothing happens when I press cmd+D (show diff). How do I see the diff of a merge commit
I accidentally saved a file on the wrong branch. Then I did git reset --soft HEAD^ and now git status says I'm behind by 14 commits and lists a bunch of modified files in red. Including some untracked
Is there any way to get a list of refs (including tags, branches, and remotes) that point to a particular commit in git?
This question already has an answer here: How to modify a specified commit? 1 answer I have made 3 git commits, but have not been pushed. How can I amend the older one (ddc6859af44) and (47175e
I committed and pushed some files via git commit . followed by git push. Then, I found that there were some mistakes in the files. I fixed ti. Then, I recommitted and re-pushed. So, I now see two sepa
Like the title suggests, I'd like to basically emulate the behavior of git commit where it launches a text editor and when you save the output, it captures the output. Anyone have an idea of how to do
I recently cloned a repository on my local machine and then did a git remove on one of the files and pushed those changes back to the github repository. My question is how do I restore that file back
How do I edit or reword a merge commit's message? git commit --amend works if it's the last commit made (HEAD), but what if it comes before HEAD? git rebase -i HEAD~5 doesn't list the merge commits.
I have a Git repo with the following structure: A--B--C--D--E I’d like to separate the C commit into a branch: C / \ A--B---D--E How do I do that?
I am using git and generally I commit all of my changes using: git commit -a But this time I want to commit all my files except for one. The list of changed files is quite long so I don't want to man
I want to find out the last thing that I pushed, no the last thing i commited, but pushed. Is there a git command for this? Context: I want to squash some commits before merging my dev_branch with a
I was working diligently on a large refactoring of some code, had a immediate need to resolve a fix in current codebase; I thought I made a commit in a branch named 'refactored' and did a switched bac
Which command do i use to revert the changes made by the last commit? The commit was already pushed to the remote server.
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What is going on in this pre-commit hook? I thought changing files would cause them to be restaged. #!/bin/sh # # A git hook script to find and fix trailing whitespace # in your commits. Bypass it wit
I stupidly pushed a commit to github with a very messed up commit name. How do I change this? Does git ammend still work for already pushed commit?
Is there a way to generate a git commit log for the last month, and export it as a CSV file? I'm looking for something I can run from the command line, or a 3rd party app. I'd like the following colum
Now I do this: git commit -a -m comment then (to bitbucket.org) git push then (to hosting via ftp) git ftp push I want to run these commands automatically: git fix comment or so: gitfix
I want to do the following to my local copy: Discard all changes I've done. Remove all new files that have been added. Reset my local copy to a previous commit ID so that only the files that existed
I have committed wrong files to my branch and pushed it to origin. I have seen the article at How to undo the last Git commit? that deals with undoing a local commit, but my problem is that I have pus
This question already has an answer here: Change the author of a commit in Git 24 answers I have committed some files with wrong author name, when I saw with git config -l, it is sawing some ot
How to make tar archive from git repository since selected commit? This question is similar to Git archive all changes except first commit but I need .tar archive as a result not git patch file. Expl
I just made a commit on my git repository and sent it up to remote origin. There was of course a syntax error in the commit I made. What's the best way to fix the syntax error locally, and then merge
I'm relatively new to git, having used Subversion primarily in the past. I recently cloned a Subversion repository, made changes, then set up a remote bare git repository that fellow developers will u
I know how to do: git commit -a -m whatever but I don't want to commit everything, just push up some files to be deleted.
This question already has an answer here: Revert to a previous Git commit 11 answers how do i revert all my files on my local copy back to a certain commit? commit 4a155e5b3b4548f5f8139b5210b9b
Recently, I have been asked to cherry pick a commit. But I have no idea what it means. So what does cherry picking a commit in git mean? How do you do it?
If my very first commit is wrong, yet pushed to a (currently private) remote, how do I undo that commit on the remote? I'm guessing I can just amend and then push --force?
I have 3 files unstaged. What I want is to commit and push 2 of them and save the 3rd in a private branch. If I do git add/git commit for the 2 of them, then git checkout branch name and then git chec
I asked a similar question before, but it was answered inadequately so I thought I would ask again here but providing more information. I need to get different and older versions of a git repository a
I wanted to get this question out there to see if I'm doing this right. The following script works except for checking to see if the commit has been pushed to a remote repo which I can't find the righ
I commited accidentally to much, I added the changes and wanted to do git commit -m foo but i mistyped me and typed git commit -a -m foo. How can I revert this, without loosing the changes which
I have a problem with my database when I made a query on one of my tables I get this error message ERROR 130 (HY000): Incorrect file format please how to fix it?
How can I uncommit my last commit in git? I have googled it. Is it git reset --hard HEAD or git reset --hard HEAD^ Thank you.
I'm facing a peculiar situation here. I must change the behavior of xxxMerger.py and delete xxxWriter wich means cascading this to commit    How can I do that? I know that I can add fi
I want to be able to do this for a script. I'm essentially re-creating the entire version history of some code in git - it currently uses a different version control system. I need the script to be ab