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The Coding Swede: Revert a merge commit using SourceTree

Revert a merge commit using SourceTree Update 1 (no need to investigate the parents) The use case I need this for is when a feature branch has been merged to master, and after that something arises that makes us want to remove that feature from the master branch again.

http://www.codingswede.se/2017/05/revert-merge-commit-using-sourcetree.html

git - How do you revert with sourcetree? - Stack Overflow

If you mean git revert then right-click on a commit in SourceTree and you'll find a command named "Reverse" in the contextual menu that opens. Now I realize Atlassian didn't use the word "revert" for it.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36355304/how-do-you-revert-with-sourcetree

Flummoxed by IT: How to undo a git commit in SourceTree

The most straightforward way is to use git revert. GUI front-ends for git such as SourceTree, has an option to revert a commit. Simply right-click on the commit you wish to undo, and select Reverse commit... You will be asked to confirm, after which a new commit will be created

https://flummox-engineering.blogspot.com/2014/10/how-to-undo-git-commit-in-sourcetree.html

Return the file to a previous state in sourcetree · GitHub

Jul 20, 2015 · Pick a commit in the log view: Select the file in that commit whose changes you want to reverse: Use the 'Reverse File' button at the top to reverse all the file changes, or use 'Reverse Hunk' or 'Reverse Selected Lines' to undo just portions of that change. These changes will appear in your working copy ready to be tested/committed

https://gist.github.com/gosupernova/149081158e09c0d90c40

Solved: How do I revert a file in SourceTree? or Where is ...

Jun 18, 2015 · And 'reset' is the git command you would use at a command line (if you wanted to revert the entire commit - not just to revert one file). My Windows SourceTree also gives a "reset current branch to this commit" option when I right-click on a commit and a "Reset to commit" option when I right click on a file - if I have a commit selected above.

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Sourcetree-questions/How-do-I-revert-a-file-in-SourceTree-or-Where-is-the-missing/qaq-p/111958

Reverting Commits (Git Tutorials for Beginners) - YouTube

Jul 09, 2015 · Git Going is a series of tutorials on how to use Git and Atlassian SourceTree, a bundled version control software package. Watch these tutorials to learn more! Learn how to revert a commit, and ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aTPkgI3sig

How to Undo in Git using SourceTree - Attosol Technologies

Jan 17, 2018 · Undo in Git using SourceTree 17 January 2018 on Tips & Tricks, Development. If you are not a command-line person, working with Git could be a painful exercise. You can use SourceTree to make your Git workflow a lot simpler. Recently, I encountered a few folks who were not happy with the easy & traditional undo options in Git. This article will try to address various cases where you would …

https://www.attosol.com/undo-in-git-using-sourcetree/

Reset Branch to a Commit - Atlassian Documentation

Nov 02, 2018 · Reset a branch to a specific commit. Steps: 1. First, checkout to a specific branch. 2. Then, right click on a specific commit, and select "Reset current branch to this commit". Similar to below: 3. Choose from the following options:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/sourcetreekb/reset-branch-to-a-commit-788730897.html

1 Git (Sourcetree) : undo or redo commit [local] - YouTube

Apr 04, 2017 · Undo / Redo git commits in the command line and in sourcetree local machine only. ... 1 Git (Sourcetree) : undo or redo commit [local] Abiam Velazquez - Rosen Capital.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fawww2Glh_0

Commit and push a change (Git) - Atlassian Documentation

When you add a new file to your repository or make a change, you need to stage, commit, and push that change to your remote repository. After you make the change, y ou'll notice your new file in Sourcetree.. From the options menu of the new file, select Stage file.. Click the Commit button at the top to commit the file.; In the message box, enter a commit message.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/get-started-with-sourcetree/commit-and-push-a-change-git-847359114.html

How to revert latest commits in GIT? - Koukia

Jan 13, 2018 · How to undo my latest commits in GIT? While we hopefully consider all the “commit” best practices I talked about in a previous post, we happen to screw up (a lot), and commit stupid stuff that we don’t want.. Now, I ideally we want a clear history (we don’t want the incomplete or wrong commit appear in the history), so we can use the following commands:

https://koukia.ca/how-to-revert-latest-commits-in-git-fd86a1b2944a

Git Revert | Atlassian Git Tutorial

https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/undoing-changes/git-revert

How to Undo a git rebase? Hint: git reflog and git reset ...

As you can see, the reflog shows the HEAD pointer moves back to the reference that was at [email protected]{5} and is now at [email protected]{6} in the last reflog printout.. Always Push to Your Remote Prior to a git rebase. While I was able to find a solution to the student’s problem and we were able to save a half-days worth of work, there is an additional takeaway from this experience.

https://gunnariauvinen.com/how-to-undo-a-git-rebase-and-recover-hours-of-work/

Learn how to undo changes in Git using Bitbucket Cloud

Git will create a new commit thats content is a reverse of the commit that was specified for the revert. Git will then open up a configured text editor to prompt for a new commit message. Reverts are considered the safer undo option because of this commit workflow.

https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/learn-undoing-changes-with-bitbucket

git revert, merge commits, confusion - DEV

git revert, merge commits, confusion Gabriel Guzman. Sep 8 '17 ・3 min read. #git #vcs. I ran into a gap in my understanding of git and merge commits yesterday. Most of the time, the projects I contribute to work with a "mergeless" commit history, so we usually rebase+squash our changes into a single commit and apply those to master leaving us ...

https://dev.to/gabeguz/git-revert-merge-commits-confusion

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