Can I do a partial revert in GIT
Is it possible to revert only a single file or certain changes in a file in multi file commit?
Full story I committed a bunch of files. A number of commits later someone who will remain nameless (JACK!!!) copied a file into his repository and committed several files, overwriting some of the changes I did. I want to revert the one file that got clobbered or better yet, go in and revert two changes in that file. This will have to be a separate revert commit since it was pulled and pushed.
I'm trying to create a function that will revert buffers from emacs' *Buffer List* buffer. As far as I can tell from the documentation, there's no way to do this quickly (in the manner of the save/mar
I am beginning to run into this problem a lot. The scenario is that I have a partial that I would like to reuse. The problem is, I would have to overwrite my previous data in the scope in order for th
I need to do git revert HEAD~N Where N is a commit possibly 25-35 commits ago. How can I find what N is without reverting.
I'm using this awesome library called Gift to do all of my standard git things (pulling, reading commits, etc). However, I can't seem to get the remote branches. I believe the git branch -r command wi
This may sound silly but when I wanted to revert a hg merge command, I issued hg rollback. Later i realized I have to use hg update -C -r . to clear the merged but uncommitted changes. Now I want
In Git GUI I can select parts of a diff and stage just those lines or chunks. How would I do the opposite, as in roll back changed lines in a file. Usually these are accidental white space changes I j
How do I remove a Git submodule? By the way, is there a reason I can't simply do git submodule rm whatever ?
Often, when I switch branches in git, if the files are open in emacs, then emacs asks if I want to revert them (as it thinks they've changed on disk) even though the contents are identical. Firstly I'
I am using Git (and versioning as a whole) for some weeks now, and even if it helped me increase my performance, I still didn't understand it all well. So my question is : if I revert from a commit ta
I am using TortoiseGit. I want to revert back to a point earlier before i had deleted a few images. How do i do this, the methods of reverting that i have seen are incorrect....
Is it possible to be a case insensitive git while doing git diff --color-words? Or do I need to use an external diff program while doing that?
I know how to rebase onto a specific branch or tag using eGit in Eclipse, but I haven't found a way to rebase onto a specific sha1 using eGit. I'd like to do this in order to squash commits before pus
I seem to need this a lot. Let's say I have a class with constructor taking several arguments. Some of these can be resolved by registering a components. But the rest are instances created during runt
Is it possible to set a draggables revert value to true when it was originally set to invalid? I am trying to revert the draggable in the drop event of the droppable, but the revert doesnt happen.
I know that the latest git can use this command to directory diff two versions: git difftool -d <sha1> <sha1> But I can't find any git clients(GUI) which can do this job. I've tried tortoi
I have a git problem. I develop on my local host, push changes to my repo, then pull to my live site. I recently built a page on my localhost, which worked fine. Then I pushed to my repo and pulled to
we made a commit recently which we need to revert, successfully we were able to revert this change and apply it to github doing the following git reset --hard HEAD~1 git push -f the problem is, our d
I type git puhs And git says: kristian@office:~/myrepo$ git puhs git: 'puhs' is not a git command. See 'git --help' Did you mean this? push What is the config setting to make git just do the sugges
When I first learned Rails, the tutorial suggested I use RSpec. After evaluating my code, Test::Unit seems like a better fit. But my application is already built up, how do I revert the command: rails
I'm using git flow for my projects. When a release has been merged into the master branch it is tagged with the release version (e.g. 1.2.0) and deployed to my production servers. Now I want to quickl
I am rebasing in git and am encountering many conflicts. I address each one and do git rebase --continue, only to be met with the next conflict. How can I see how close I am to successfully completing
I have a branch of a large project with a couple of change packages on it. I would like to undo one of them. In Subversion, this task is trivial, esp with a tool such as tortoisesvn - select the revis
I am trying to merge different versions of the same file in git for one of my projects. The only way git will let me do this is by branching the repo, modifying the file, and then pulling the branch i
I have two branches: master and opengl. Recently I have finished implementation (or at least I though so) of opengl branch and decided to merge it into master: git checkout master git merge opengl git
I revert my code to previous version, now I want to revert it back to my latest version. How can I do that ? Thanks
In svn or subclipse, I can simply do a 'revert' on the root project and all my local changes are discarded and src is updated to the latest in HEAD. I don't seem to find an equivalent of this in git t
I would like to make a branch from master then revert master back to a certain point. How can this be achieved with git?
Here is the scenario. I have two machines, desktop and laptop. On desktop I do: mkdir git_test cd git_test git init dd if=/dev/urandom of=test.img bs=1k count=1000 git add test.img git commit -m
When i do git push, i got an error, but commit is do fine: warning: push.default is unset; its implicit value is changing in Git 2.0 from 'matching' to 'simple'. To squelch this message and maintain t
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
This question seams to deal with rewinding the commits from the master branch. Can I use a similar git reset --soft command on a branch in the repo or should I be trying to make sense of git revert?
On github we are at commit 57d7cb274622f86e586c2595317264f23626e6c5 I want to revert to commit 5798ee7c56efd7e898d3115da6efe3d5e7cddb6c which is several commits before the latest one. Here is what I a
After pulling changes committed and pushed by other developers by git pull, do I need to run git checkout or something else to get my local working copy fully synchronized with the latest version of
When we run 'git revert HEAD~9', here is the error: $ git revert HEAD~9 error: could not revert 45ebde6... AC: added stat summary function hint: after resolving the conflicts, mark the corrected paths
How do I create a module for partial payments ?.. means like client can pay Full or 50% now and 50% later. He should have the option at the time of checkout. Invoice will be created for the full amo
If I'm hosting my own node.js server, how would I go about making it so that I can push updates to the code like I would on Heroku? I want to be able to host my source code on the same server as my no
I changed an image file in git and it was 2 commits ago. How do I go back to 2 previous commits ago? What is the easiest method of doing this file revert via the command line with the least amount of
I'm new to both maven and git and wanted to get some help in setting a project. Is there a way to define a goal in the pom to push/pull from git during linked to a maven phase? For example, can I pull
I had a dirty working directory and used git stash save -p to selectively stash some of the changes. My intention is splitting what used to be a big commit into two smaller commits. The problem now is
I did a git svn rebase to merge in remote changes and get a conflict. Resolved the conflict manually and tried git rebase --continue, however it didn't let me do it. Then I found this: If it complain
What is the right way? git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git pull git push Or git pull git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git push Or git add foo.js git pull git commit foo.js -
After installation of latest Bundle::CPAN, I realized that certain legacy code will not run in this latest version. I wish to remove (and not just unlink) this latest version and revert back to using
I do not want to fetch every branch from origin because there are many. I just want to track a few (e.g., master) and my branches (organized under my_name sub-directory). I can do the following: $ git
How can I tell git that while I want to allow git fetch on certain branches that I do not want to allow git push on those branches. In other words, I have some branches which reflect current work
I'm very new to git. I have these 2 branches on my remote repository (github) development , master How do I merge development into master on the remote repository? I've tried git merge development and
What are some ways to create a corrupt git repository? Are there ways to permanently damage a git repository interestingly? Can you cripple a git repository such that it behaves somewhat normally but
OK, I just reverted a few hundreds of lines of good code. I know, I know. That's all my fault, nothing to do with SVN or any version control system. I just was very tired and very distracted and press
Can anyone please help me out doing a rebase on git? It's really confusing, I'm not able to understand its functionality. I want to rebase branch on master origin. How do I do that? I also want to squ
I have existing project and I want to add it in git local repository. How can I do that ?
I'm trying to create Git over P2P. (It's crazy, I know.) The question is simple: can I create a custom protocol for Git alternative to ssh://, git:// and http://?