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Delete/reset master branch


By : roja
Date : October 17 2020, 06:10 AM
around this issue When you want to clear the masters branch, why you dont create a new empty repository, then push it to your remote:
git init git commit -m "Initial commit" git add remote git push --force on your masters branch
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How to discard a directory in my branch and reset it to the master branch's state?


By : Anastasia Kostyukova
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help I have my own development branch, and I've realized that my last commit included a ton of config files that were changed due to installing a node module locally. (I know that config files probably should not be included in a git repo, but that is not my question). , Simply checkout master on the folder:
code :
git checkout master -- node_modules/

Will doing a hard reset to an old commit on new branch will reset the master as well?


By : ronababy12
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Before I dive into the below (which you should read and learn about because you will need it eventually), I want to mention that you can do this a much easier way, with git checkout -b . This has the effect of checking out an existing (older) commit and making a new branch name that points to that commit. It's like doing the git branch and then the git checkout and then the git reset below, all in one step.
Using git reset
code :
       o <- o
      /
o <- o
      \
       o <- o
      master
        |
        v

     o--o
    /
o--o
    \
     o--o

        ^
        |
     develop
      master
        |
        v

     o--o
    /
o--o
    \
     o--o--o

           ^
           |
        develop
     o--o      <-- master
    /
o--o
    \
     o--o--o   <-- develop

           ^
           |
          new
$ git branch new
$ git checkout new
Switched to branch 'new'
$ git reset --hard fdeee3df9f54372c31506eb24f2b7f2339ba21ec
HEAD is now at d95553a Git 2.8.1
     o--o      <-- master
    /
o--o
    \
     o--o--o   <-- develop

     ^
     |
    new
     o--o      <-- master
    /
o--o
    \
^    o--o--o   <-- develop
|
new
     o--o      <-- master
    /
o--o
    \
^    o--o--o
|       ^
new  develop
     o--o      <-- master
    /
o--o
    \
^    o--o
|       ^
new  develop

How do I reset the git master branch to the upstream branch in a forked repository?


By : G.long
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue You can reset your local master branch to the upstream version and push it to your your repository.
Assuming that "upstream" is the original repository and "origin" is your fork:
code :
# ensures current branch is master
git checkout master

# pulls all new commits made to upstream/master
git pull upstream master

# this will delete all your local changes to master
git reset --hard upstream/master

# take care, this will delete all your changes on your forked master
git push origin master --force

Git reset branch from master but preserve branch commit


By : user2399131
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue TL;DR
You want git rebase, which you must follow up with a force-push.
code :
git checkout -b test v2
... <-F <-G <-H
...--F--G--H
...--F--G--H   <-- branch-name (HEAD)
...--F--G--H   <-- branch-name (HEAD)
            \
             I
...--F--G--H
            \
             I   <-- branch-name (HEAD)
...--F   <-- tag: v1
      \
       G--H   <-- tag: v2, test (HEAD)
...--F   <-- tag: v1
      \
       G--H   <-- tag: v2
           \
            I   <-- test (HEAD)
git push -u origin test
...--F   <-- tag: v1
      \
       G--H   <-- tag: v2
           \
            I--J--K   <-- test (HEAD)
       I'   <-- [somehow remembered as in-progress]
      /
...--F   <-- tag: v1
      \
       G--H   <-- tag: v2
           \
            I--J--K   <-- test
       I'-J'-K'  <-- [somehow remembered as in-progress]
      /
...--F   <-- tag: v1
      \
       G--H   <-- tag: v2
           \
            I--J--K   <-- test
       I'-J'-K'  <-- test (HEAD)
      /
...--F   <-- tag: v1
      \
       G--H   <-- tag: v2
           \
            I--J--K   [abandoned]
git checkout test
git status         # and make sure everything is committed!
git rebase --onto v1 v2
...--F   <-- tag: v1
      \
       G--H   <-- tag: v2
           \
            I   <-- test
git push --force origin test

Rollback master branch using only pull requests (no reset, no push directly to master etc.)


By : dannysocers
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue When you can't resort to rewrite your repo history, you can always revert commits.
Reverting a given commit does not alter history, it creates a new commit on the currently checked-out tip of the tree, containing the exact opposite of changes introduced in the original faulty commit to be reverted.
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