Git: Push changes after “git rm”
I deleted a file using
git rm test and currently this is the output of
git status .
Noob@Noob:/media/data/bitbucket/pythonscripts$ git status . # On branch master # Changes to be committed: # (use "git reset HEAD <file>..." to unstage) # # deleted: test #
Now when I try to push the change in my repo using
git push it says
Everything up-to-date. I understand that normally one needs to first
add and than
commit before push but in my case what do I add beacause I have already deleted the file.
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Also if I do
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git rm you need to do
git commit. Git says that
Everything up-to-date is because you have not created a commit with this file removed.
For example if you do
git reset --hard you’ll see that your file is back.
git rm is no different from
will this override all my commits
No it won’t, it will create a new commit with this file removed.
There are three steps to answer your question.
1. git rm #your_files 2. git commit -m "#your_comments" 3. git push origin #your_local_branch:#your_remote_branch