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What's the command to reset a file to a specific commit?


What's the command to reset a file to a specific commit?

By : user2953629
Date : November 21 2020, 01:01 AM
wish helps you Mind your terminology. With git "reset" refers to setting a ref (e.g. branch) to a new commit. You want to put a file from some commit into your working copy. Exactly this is a "checkout".
You can checkout all files of a commit with
code :
git checkout commit
git checkout commit file
git show commit:file


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Can't reset a file to a specific commit using Git

Can't reset a file to a specific commit using Git


By : Elias Ahmedkalif Moh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times You might be running into a whitespace issue try git config --global apply.whitespace nowarn for that.
If that doesn't work, I'd say you've run into a bug. Save the local clone for future reference (I hope it's not too big) and create a bug report. Especially the facts that:
How could git reset --soft reset last commit without touching index file?

How could git reset --soft reset last commit without touching index file?


By : Jwerry
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps In its simplest form,1 git reset does two things:
move the current branch, and/or undo things in the index
code :
$ git cat-file -p 5f95c9f850b19b368c43ae399cc831b17a26a5ac
tree 972825cf23ba10bc49e81289f628e06ad44044ff
parent 9c8ce7397bac108f83d77dfd96786edb28937511
author Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com> 1392406504 -0800
committer Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com> 1392406504 -0800

Git 1.9.0

Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
100644 blob 5e98806c6cc246acef5f539ae191710a0c06ad3f    .gitattributes
100644 blob b5f9defed37c43b2c6075d7065c8cbae2b1797e1    .gitignore
100644 blob 11057cbcdf4c9f814189bdbf0a17980825da194c    .mailmap
100644 blob 536e55524db72bd2acf175208aef4f3dfc148d42    COPYING
040000 tree 47fca99809b19aeac94aed024d64e6e6d759207d    Documentation
100755 blob 2b97352dd3b113b46bbd53248315ab91f0a9356b    GIT-VERSION-GEN
git reset --soft @~   # @~ means @~1, which means HEAD~1, aka HEAD^
$ git rev-parse @~
9c8ce7397bac108f83d77dfd96786edb28937511
$ git reset --mixed HEAD -- COPYING
A <- B <- C   <-- HEAD=master
$ git reset --hard HEAD^
A - B - D   <-- HEAD=master
      \
        C   [abandoned]
git command to get commit details for a specific file

git command to get commit details for a specific file


By : user3639075
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I wanted to see list of commits and user who committed it for a file using git command. , You can use git log with the filename here:
code :
git log xml/a.xml
Does the command "git reset --hard <commit>" remove commit history in another branch?

Does the command "git reset --hard <commit>" remove commit history in another branch?


By : King King
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps The commit history of the other branch (temp) will not be altered if you run your reset command while on the master branch.
The reset command actually will never delete a commit or change the content of a branch that you do not have currently checked out. It is just simply moving your HEAD pointer around.
Locally revert commit from cloned repository/reset all changes after specific commit

Locally revert commit from cloned repository/reset all changes after specific commit


By : user1968097
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Just do git revert, or whatever else you want to do, and don't push the changes.
By default, whatever you do in a git repository is done locally, and you need to use the push command to push the changes. So just do the change, and don't do a git push.
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