Undo a git clean command?
I just used a "git clean" command and managed to delete my Documents, Music, and other directories. Is there a way to undo this and somehow get those files back? I did this via Terminal on Mac. Time Machine isn't setup either.
I am creating paint like application using InkCanvas , I am willing to implement Undo and Redo functionality in my application . Which is the best way to implement Undo / Redo for InkCanvas ??
I want to see the files in my current directory in git. For example, in linux dir command shows the files in current directory. Is there such a command in git? Thanks
so I did git checkout <past_commit_hashtag> but then I want to undo it and go back to the current latest revision so I did a whole bunch of things: git reset --hard git checkout <root folder
I've been working on a project that has recently migrated from Subversion to Git. I had been committing to the Subversion repo via git-svn prior to the migration. After the migration, I noticed a fair
I'am having trouble with git clean and exclude options for nested dirs. I would like to clean all uncommitted files from repo excluding vendor/bundle dir. My test repo loks like: debugg-dir/ .git/ fil
Can you undo a past commit/merge made into a git respository via a git command, or do you have to manually undo all the changes made in that commit? e.g. A commit just changes some text on a page. The
A team member accidentally pushed half a gig of unwanted zips to the remote repo last night when they were in a rush. Yes... oops. Nobody has pulled or committed since. Ideally I want to just 'undo' w
Within my master branch, I did a git merge some-other-branch locally, but never pushed the changes to origin master. I didn't mean to merge, so I'd like to undo it. When doing a git status after my me
I would like to implement undo/redo in a small paint application. It seems the Command Pattern fits the use nicely, but I am unsure how to best implement it. As I understand the pattern, it is necessa
Why is the git command to switch branches named git checkout? Does it really make sense ? I would name it git switch instead. Besides, git checkout has other meanings: e.g. reverting a file (like svn
I accidentally checked in a wrong submodule update: ( as part of a bigger commit ) -Subproject commit 025ffc +Subproject commit f59250 It is already pushed to the remote.. How do I undo this update?
I'm trying to change my command promt in terminal. I keep getting the error: -bash: __git_ps1: command not found I've tried it just by typing it into the terminal as is: __git_ps1. I've also tried it
I use often git but I have not a very deep understanding of the details under the hood and of the git language... I have two directories: one on my pc one on my laptop. Both contain a .git repositor
Sometimes git stash fails even though I can manually make a backup of the project folder with the uncommitted changes, and then call Undo Uncommitted Changes. This happens, for example, if I add a n
I'm trying to use the following Java syntax to execute a Git blame command: Process process = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(/usr/bin/git blame https://github.com/git/git/alloc.c > TestGit.txt); But,
I have dev-master branch & I have created new branch - feature_10 and started working on it for a feature. I have completed my task and then executed below command - git add *.java git commit -m
I am using vi(not Vim) and I would like to continually undo the changes made. u works for a single command undo and Ufor a single line undo. But Is there a way to undo continuously like vim(I recall a
I know how to checkout a specific branch from here, but after having done so (checkout on same branch), I wish to now 'git checkout head' to get back to the latest revision. One way is to git pull fro
I recently made a git command using python that executes git command using subproces.Popen so I am debating whether to take advantage of gitPython module or not ? Does it make any difference if gitpyt
Running Delphi 2007 (and probably other versions as well, I'm guessing), if I right-click on a project in the Project Manager (either EXE of BPL in this case), there is a Clean command above Compile
If I run a regular git command such as git checkout I get helpful autocompletion of branch names when hitting the tab key. I have a few git aliases which take branch names as parameters, and I'm wonde
What are best practices to accomplish this task: I have commits: A -- B -- C Commit B consist of: file1.java file2.java icon.png I would like to undo changes to file1 and file2 but not to icon.png.
How I can do this in one command on MacOSX? git stash git pull origin master git stash pop I've tried with git stash && git pull origin mater && git stash apply and works fine.
What command can I use to print out the commit id of HEAD? This is what I'm doing by hand: $ cat .git/HEAD ref: refs/heads/v3.3 $ cat .git/refs/heads/v3.3 6050732e725c68b83c35c873ff8808dff1c406e1 But
I just ran git pull --rebase and forget to specify origin. It looks like git pulled from all different branches. Is there a way to revert my repo from here to undo the pull? Thanks
I accidentally delete a file from my repo using git filter-branch: git filter-branch -f --index-filter 'git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch images/thumb/a.JPG' HEAD How can I undo this? Is it possible?
After enter set -e in an interactive bash, bash will exit immediately if any command exits with non-zero. How can I undo this effect? Thanks.
I've read this answer about eight-five times, but there's something I'm not understanding correctly: git-upload-pack: command not found, how to fix this correctly When I try to clone a repository on m
I ran a global configuration command in git to exclude certain files using a .gitignore_global file: git config --global core.excludesfile ~/.gitignore_global Is there a way to undo the creation of t
I was trying to track a remote branch and ended up doing the following: $ git branch --track origin/branch1 Branch origin/branch1 set up to track local branch branch1. Which is obviously not what I i
I'm trying to execute git shell command in groovy. The first is executed well but the second returns the exit code 128: def workingDir = new File(path/to/dir) git add ..execute(null, workingDir)
Is there any command in Git, that clear the screen. for example in window command line after execute a lot of code, if you type cls, then it will clear all the previous code. so i want the same type o
I was trying to make my .gitingore work (Link to the question :) ). I have just done git rm . -r --cached and now I have a whole list of deleted files when I enter: git status -s Is this normal? C
Is there anyway to undo a git svn rebase? I incorrectly did some merges and want to just go back to the way things were before I tried to rebase from the central repository.
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
Hey, so I'm a complete git newbie here, the most advanced thing I've done is just basic pulls/pushes .etc For reasons I don't understand one of my commits edited a heap of files, including embedded in
I made something very stupid. I made a commit using git commit (file edits + new files) (C). Then I made amend last commit. Then I deleted all files recursively (!) using git rm -r Then I made another
Is there a difference? And if so what is the difference between git reset --hard HEAD and git clean --force -d?
So - today I wanted to do a good thing and rearrange files in my repository. Committed and pushed up to my Assembla repository. Since I did not use the git moving command, all files lost their histor
I used exec > /dev/null to suppress output. Is there a command to undo this? (Without restarting the script.)
As Windows user, I am learning Git using Version Control with Git and Pro Git. Unfortunately, none of the books, nor the Git official manual, explain how to correctly build/write Git commands. Is ther
I have the feeling the answer to this question is no but I figured I would ask anyways. Long story short I accidentally did a git clean -d -f on a branch and lost about 20 files that I needed. These f
I want to delete all of the current directory's content except for the .git/ folder before I copy the new files into the branch. What's the linux command for that?
Trying to use the git clone command. My understanding (please correct if wrong) was that in order to host a Git repository you just need a machine running ssh and the project/repository sitting on it
I previously had my bash command prompt displaying the last two directories of my present working directory and my git branch if I am inside of a git repo. I starting adding some projects inside virtu
if I use git command like this: git checkout -- . I know its effect is to discard all unstaged files everywhere. Can anyone tell me what is the meaning of the dot sign (.) in this command?
For a project, I need to take a list of git commit Id's (A couple thousand), and compare them two at a time, saving specific information from the return into a file. The only issue I'm having is getti
How I can configure some confirmation on git push command in concrete branch? I have production branch and sometimes I forgot that I in production branch and push not those changes.
When you do a git checkout some_branch, and your working directory is not clean, then Git will check if the checkout will result in any conflicts, and if so it will abort with: $ git checkout some_bra
I am learning the try git by code school, and to the unit 1.17 Undo it use the command line git checkout -- octocat.txt and the octocat.txt is a file then and it explain that the two dash lines is