I did a local ‘git commit’ from the wrong terminal window this morning – and then pushed it to the server repo. It’s a case of being logged into too many systems at the same time… The changes I wanted to commit were actually on a different system. Fortunately, the fix for my scenario was easy:
git reset –hard HEAD~1
git push -f
This is probaby not a nice way to handle this if anyone is using the repo between the errant commit and the undo. A better way would be to do the following:
git revert <SHA of errant commit>
This will put a new commit on the repo that undoes whatever the specified commit did.
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