Git - How to revert entire directory to specific commit (removing any added files)
I want revert a directory in git - reverting all files inside, as well as removing any files added since that commit. Doing a checkout only seems to satisfy my first requirement, but doesn't delete any files.
When I do a git status I see a lot of changed files. Normally 10-15. Now I want to commit 2-3 files from these changed ones and commit. What’s the easy to do this without using a mouse to copy the f
Is it possible to get info about how much space is wasted by changes in every commit — so I can find commits which added big files or a lot of files. This is all to try to reduce git repo size (rebasi
How do I ignore files in a specific directory, but not the directory itself, in Git? I can add a line to the .gitignore file, but it'll ignore the entire directory. What sort of syntax does .gitignore
I am in git repository and created a new directory with some subdirs and files. after building was created some files (e.g. module.ssysn ). After building git ask me to track those files even though i
There is a big commit long ago in the past and a lot of change happened since then. How do I list all files those don't change of that commit up to now?
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
In git I already ran git add -u && git commit -a --amend to my working changes. I did not push the new commit to origin. I now found some previous git revision broke the build. I want to keep
How do I revert from my current state to a snapshot made on a certain commit? If I do git log, I get the following output: $ git log commit a867b4af366350be2e7c21b8de9cc6504678a61b` Author: Me <me
For the second time today git commit -m don't quit me now deletes my entire repo. So it goes: $ git add . $ git commit -m please, be gentle [master 7af0e9c] please, be gentle 140 files changed, 0
we are a group of developers working on the same set of files. I want to make sure that no one does a git commit -a -m or git commit -am The developers including me have this bad habbit of git commit
My commit is already push to Github, let say A > B > C > D > E -- HEAD I want to revert back to B , so I use git reset --hard <B:Hash> Now, it will look like A > B -- HEAD So, if
I have two commits: [branch]: [commit_id] justin: 94943b74ba273a9f4009 jzbranch: 6070aada7b8a690d410b How do I merge the two branches, into jzbranch, and resolve any differences between the two?
I have some files 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 And I want to commit files 1-5 only, so I have added files 1-5 Changes to be committed: (use git reset HEAD ... to unstage) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and lea
This question already has an answer here: git: can i commit a file and ignore the content changes? 2 answers Untrack files from git 3 answers I need to ignore files in git! I don't think ig
I've done a bad commit yesterday (the IDE converted tabs to spaces and LF to CRLF) and I want to revert that bad commit, but I don't want the files that has been affected by the commit to get revert
I've been following a tutorial on Git and I'm a bit confused about a few specific issues. The main reason I need to use version control right now is simply to access previous versions of my project if
I'm using git. I've made some changes to multiple code files in a specific directory but now want the original versions. I've already copied my modified files elsewhere. How do I pull back the origina
In an attempt to create a bridge between Git and SVN that allows developers on one project to use SVN and those on another project to use Git, I inadvertantly overwrote the entire git commit history i
Is it possible to have git commit also add new files and directories? It seems a lot of needless typing in the long run to have to type git add . then git commit (That, and I have a tendency to ofte
I am having a problem in git repository on selected files commit. As in SCM or SVN if I have modified 4 files.But want to commit only two then I can easily commit the selected files only. But in git w
I want to use a git hook to force commit messages to comply with a specific format (they should end with #number). I've tried installing this hook, also referenced here, but I keep getting the message
I accidentally added many files (test files) which I do not want them to be part of commit. I want to reset the branch back to the head, but I already have few files which I have modified, and which I
I have a git repo and am having trouble reverting a merge. The current hash is 0ce2ca0b35f59af267241cf4d40d16a3e13ba6f3. and it has two parents: df1acf5f54426d30f12c6b4558c3dd922297aae3 e19b912404ffd3
I want to delete the entire folder or directory along with files and folders contained in it. how can I implement in c#?
I host my files on bitbucket and normally commit changes every now and then. Since my last commit, I have made some mistakes in my code. (These mistakes have been saved in their respective local file
I want to revert a file in Git to a previous commit. The file is ignored by my .gitignore file. In my most recent commit, I accidentally forced it in. This question answers how to revert any specific
I started getting this message. No matter what I edit and try to commit, it says there is nothing to commit. Looks like git does not see my working directory and looking somewhere else. If I run git
I have one directory named ignore-folder and I track it in git, but I want to ignore the files and directories in it, how should I edit the .gitignore?
so I want to remove everything that I have worked on today, both from the git repo and also my local. i have a commit from yesterday, which I want to revert to. Could i remove the repo and then clone
This is what I'm doing: git init // initialize repository git add foo.bar // adds foo.bar to the repository git commit -m commit message // commits the added files git status // status of repository
I know removing trailing whitespace can be done with a pre-commit hook. I am interested in doing it manually. I read the question here: Make git automatically remove trailing whitespace before committ
I need to make a patch for someone (they are not using git) - a zip of the files changed by a commit. I thought something like git archive --format=zip commitguid > myfiles.zip but this extracts t
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
This question already has an answer here: Revert to a previous Git commit 11 answers I know that Git tracks changes I make to my application, and it holds on to them until I commit the changes,
Can someone explain how git-revert works. Currently I made some mistakes in my app and I pushed the changes to master branch. Now I found working commit and I want to reset my master branch to that wo
git clean -f -d removed files from my local directory as well How do I retreive them? I used it to remove untracked directories and files and found that it also deleted it from my local file system. I
How to run git commit -m '...' command from another directory? I edit my file: vim /home/.../myFile I add it using: git add /home/.../myFile But now, how can I commit the changes? git commit -m '...
I used git reset --hard dc082bc... to revert to the branch back to a required previous state, due to some bad commits. This has rewound my local branch fine. However, I want to rewind the branch on
I have a bunch of modified files in my git repository and large number of them are xml files. How do I revert changes (reset modifications) of only xml files?
Say i have a master and a develop branch - develop has a lot of commits that master does not for simplicity sake: Develop: Commit 1 Commit 2 Commit 3 Commit 4 Commit 5 Commit 6 I want to cut a new fe
qgit has the nice option of seeing interesting files in a merge commit, where an interesting file is defined as a file that has changes in both parents. What would be the corresponding command line
When I do git revert via TortoiseGit, I get this lovely window: However, when I want to do the same from the command line, the documentation manges to completely confuse me. How do I revert all local
I have this local directory /Users/OSX/Documents/Git/ where I initialized as my git by git init. How can I push an entire library e.g. /Users/OSX/Documents/Project/Test to my git repository?
I have made some changes to a file which has been committed a few times as part of a group of files, but now want to reset/revert the changes on it back to a previous version. I have done a git log a
Git allows to fetch from any given remote and reference, for example git fetch <remote-url> <reference> So that those given commits are available without having to add remotes or creating
I have tons of files in my repo, and sometimes I work on 20 files and I want to commit all of them. But, I would like to add a message for each. How can I add all of these files that have been updated
How will i create a new remote branch on top of a specific commit? Here is how my current commits:- a-------b-------c--------d-------e I checkedout new local branch from the point 'c' commit git che
git log --grep=searchstring appears to only search the first line of every commit message. How do I search the entire commit message?
After I made changes on a file. I use git add FILE_NAME. Then, I would like to revert it as not added but meanwhile keep the changes, how to do this?
I have added lots of lines in lots of files in a project then I made a commit. Now I want to delete that commit and all changes with it. By that I mean I want to remove the commit and with it all chan