For example . The first commit, the file code is: first commit. The second commit, the file code is: first commit. second commit. The third commit, the file code is: first commit. second commit. third commit. How can I do use git to delete the second commit only? The file code is showing: first commit. […]
This is my git alias configuration in the CONFIG file [alias] cm = “!git add .;git commit -m ‘commit’;git push origin master” Instead to use ‘commit’ for every commit, I would like to specify it with something like: git cm –‘my commit text’ or git cm ‘commit text’ Even better, the argument should be optional, […]
I have very limited bandwidth,so I was wondering if it would be possible to get a commit from another repo without actually cloning it.
I cloned a repo from bitbucket using git clone. I made some changes and then git commit. Now I’m trying to push but I get a Updates were rejected because the remote contains work that you do not have locally. Now, I’m sure that remotely nothing changed between my git clone and my git commit. […]
After going through other Q&As I couldn’t quite find the answer I was looking for. I’ve forked html5-boilerplate and have cloned it locally in Linux. I want to make changes locally then commit them to my fork without affecting or proposing changes to the original repository. Thank you in advance.
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I know that git commit -m [msg] lets me enter a commit message and at the same time commits the added files. I am looking for a git command that lets me append to the next git commit message, but not commiting. Ie. the next time I enter git commit -m [msg], What I just […]
I’ve made a couple of changes on my local files but I have not commit or added any of them. I want to go back to my previous commit before this recent changes. How can I do this?
I have a branch, mybranch, that has six commits and stems from commit C. I would like to create a new branch, also based on commit C, that effectively includes all the commits from mybranch, squashed into one commit. What’s the easiest way to do this? I need to do this due to the mantra […]
I have made a major refactoring of some code, and in the process I have commited several times. This has not been pushed to any public repo yet. Before pushing, I would like now reorganize the commits into logical units. The problem is that I want not only to squash commits but to reorganze the […]