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How To Safely Roll Back Your Repo To A Previous Commit Using GIT

Posted by Weston Ganger on August 23, 2016

There are a lot of complicated answers out there about how to do this. This is the best and easiest way I have seen to get this done. This will create only one commit that undoes the changes since then. This does not wreck the history or anything.


git revert --no-commit 1832h128..HEAD
git commit


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