Rare & useful git commands
git restore . - restores the files to the previous commit/ undos all the local changes that haven’t been commited.
git restore index.html - restores only that particular file to the recent commit/ undos all the local/uncommited changes for that file.
git reset --hard <hash code of the commit> - removes commits and goes back to the commit for that hash code
git reset --source <hash code> index.html>removes commits and goes back to the commit for that hash code only for that particular file.
git commit --amend -m 'Your message'helps re-write messages
git revert <hash code>helps to roll back to a previous commit by creating a new commit for it. Doesn’t removes those commits from the
git reset does.
git reflogthis can be useful to bring back deleted commits/files/changes. Use
git reset <hash code of lost commit from reflog> to bring back rolled changes.
git reset HEAD~2Helps roll back by 2 commits and unstage all the changes in those 2 removed commits.
git reset HEAD~2 --hard
git rebase (most useful command)- Reapply commits on top of another base tip. ex.
git rebase master sets the branch at the tip of master branch
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