How to revert a commit in Git while providing a description?
I use Git with SourceTree (from Atlassian).
I can revert a commit, but this makes a commit with an auto description : Revert ...
I want to revert a commit while entering my own description. How can I do that ?
git-notes is used to add or inspect object notes. How can I delete a git-notes commit, so the commit of git-notes command will not exist in git history. I want to delete git-notes commit, I'm not mean
I'm trying to setup a fabfile to deploy my Django app. I can't figure out why I'm getting this error: Fatal error: local() encountered an error (return code 2) while executing 'git commit -m 'changed
I know how to revert to older commits in a Git branch, but how do I revert back to a branch's state dictated by a tag? I envision something like this: git revert -bytag Version 1.0 Revision 1.5 Is
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We accidentally merged branch XYZ into DEV and pushed it to the origin repo. This was done with --no-ff to create a separate merge commit. As soon as I realized the wrong merge, I did a git revert to
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
I have some commits that I've decided, after the fact, are going to be more branch work then trunk work. How do I create the branch and revert the trunk while still ensuring merging isn't painful late
I want to revert changes made by a particular commit to a given file only. Can I use git revert command for that? Any other simple way to do it?
I have done a git revert by mistake in my project and all files return to old version. How can I rollback (restore) my project back. I have worked for almost weeks without commit anything so now all m
If you accidentally overwrite a git commit message, is there any way to recover it? Before: foo@bar:/tmp/git-test$ git log commit ad7edbdf70ca1d7f0069b50726646e235f42a02f Author: Steve Jobs <steve
I'm in the process of moving our repository to git. During the transition, engineers will still be submitting to the Perforce repository. While engineers are still working, I'll be switching systems t
Ok, I'm new to this so please be gentle. I committed a file then I tried to revert it because it was wrong. I used a tutorial on this site by using git reset --soft HEAD~1 Now it's saying my branch an
I have some configuration files to commit on GIT with default parameters. Users can pull these files and can modify them on their local copy but they must not commit/push. How can I achieve a similar
one of my team mates made a commit and pushed it. It caused a merge in the git tree. problem is that the code is tagged and this push makes it look like the commit is before the tag. Actual case is th
In GIT, I have two branches and two commits: A(master)---B(branch topic) the HEAD of the branch 'master' is commit A the HEAD of the branch 'topic' is commit B commit A is the parent of commit B
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I am trying to run a commit by issuing the command: git commit -m commit message The terminal window sometimes hangs, and I cannot figure out the source of the problem. The hanging disappears afte
Using tortoiseSVN, I can commit the root folder, so that all the files that were modified are checked in automatically. In other words - I don't need to commit them one by one, manually. I'd like svnK
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I have a git repository, I can see all the commits in a particular branch using git log branch-name. But I want to print the commit message, author and date of all commits with respect to a particular
This question already has an answer here: Undo 'git add' before commit 22 answers I executed git add . and now I want to revert that git add. How can I accomplish that?
I have my first commit which was adding a README file using git commit -m 'first commit' I now have the following (below) and just get system beeps when trying to navigate up or down. Not sure how to
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I'm commiting to git using git commit -m 'commit message', but this only has the short description. How would I add the more detailed description using git bash?
I have a submodule that tracks a branch. It is currently sitting at the head of the branch. But git submodule status comes up with a rather ugly tagging. That commit is really the current head of the
Lets suppose git log shows versions: fff ... ccc bbb aaa How to get back to version bbb and commit it without destroying history. So that git log would show: bbb* fff ... ccc bbb aaa
I just did a git commit -m blah then I added some files, how do I rollback and remove what is in my current files that have not yet been added/committed?
Is there a command/script which takes the commit ID or filename of an already made commit as input, and changes the commit message without changing the commit ID? I looked into options like git filter
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
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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
The title is not exact, but I can't express it better in a single line. I actually know how to change git commit message like here. But I know it always changes the SHA-1 too, which I want to avoid.
My issue is I have changed a file eg: README, added a new line 'this for my testing line' and saved the file, then I issued the following commands git status # On branch master # Changed but not upda
It goes like this: I have files A and B that I modified I'm only suppose to commit and push A, but accidentally committed both and pushed both A and B I did a git push old-id:master so on github it
Possible Duplicate: Undo git add before commit When i was working on my project I accidently added files using the following command git add file I haven't yet run git commit. How can I undo or r
I made acommit and pushed it to origin and heroku Then I realised it was wrong, so I did git reset --soft HEAD^ But when I'm pushing to Heroku Im getting To email@example.com:app.git ! [rejected] master
I'm looking at a git hook which looks for print statements in Python code. If a print statement is found, it prevents the git commit. I want to override this hook and I was told that there is a comma
This question already has an answer here: Git: How to edit/reword a merge commit's message? 3 answers I have merged with other branch, and there are few commits after merge, before pushing i wa
I am sure there's a bunch of GIT users out there who's had this problem: Create a branch from master. Let's call it featureX. Somewhere, while working on featureX, you realize you want to make a fixu
I'm new to git hooks. I'm not able to understand below pre-commit hook. Can anyone tell me how this works please.Here my doubt is how grep will be happened in committed files as we are not taking thos
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Change your .git/hooks/pre-commit to the following: #!/bin/bash git status sleep 10000 Change some file, but do not stage it with git add. Then run git commit -a. You should see something like: # On
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