Git: Undo last commit/merge
i have a litte messed up my git repo. I worked on a feature in a separet branch. After finishing the work, i switched to the master to merge it into. But my partner pushed a few files with come in conflict with mine. After merge the conflict and pushing the new changes, i saw that i commit older changes of my partner too.
Now i want to redo this commit/merge. I tried
git reset --soft HEAD^ but when i want to push, i got this error message
Merge the remote changes before pushing again.
Can anyone help me?
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