nigel at ind
Feb 21, 2012, 2:40 PM
Post #6 of 18
On 21/02/2012, at 10:53 PM, Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
> On 21 February 2012 22:48, Nigel Pearson <nigel [at] ind> wrote:
>> I had a problem earlier today with some commits against
>> non-HEAD of master. I though I had reset and reverted locally,
>> but a commit & push tonight did some "damage."
>> Is it possible to destroy those 5 pushes to packaging/master?
> did you use --force or not?
Probably yes (on a git reset), but who can remember -
that was a day ago in a very busy shell :-(
> If not, simply revert the changes and commit again..
I can revert HEAD^^, which would commit a revert of a revert,
and I think get the tree back to health, bit it would be so
much tidier if these five commits could be totally destroyed.
bb072b558b37eb34dc929f0b9f59d46877e4d6e2 Commit against non-HEAD
6cfde9f7bb12ef32c7f235f61de75791b8e81ce6 Revert of that
7e1be0f1fffedc9a4354c995003dad8259dba813 Accidental revert of something else
95dace6eda047470eeae2dfd1bb2d4c02ad30acf Merge of those to HEAD
30acaf3a9c850f8adbaefd14acc15b51b44fdf92 Commit against HEAD
so we could start clean, and I could just do one commit instead.
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