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Question about “committed, but not pushed” #2
May I ask a n00b question about the approach from the section “If your changes are committed, but not pushed”?
It appears that
Again, I’m a Git n00b. Sorry if what I’m saying doesn’t make sense.
It does! There are several ways you can do this!
I prefer the back out since it gives me an automatic opportunity to make sure I've actually got all my files that I needed and can re-write the commit message.
You can also create a new branch from the branch you mistakenly committed onto, then remove the commits from that branch
What I dislike about this is that you can more easily drop a commit you didn't intend to drop. (It can be found and added back where you need it though).
I should update my stuff to include this!
Thanks for the question