Git Delete Last Commit
Once in a while late at night when I ran out of coffee, I commit stuff
that I shouldn’t have. Then I spend the next 10 - 15 minutes googling
how to remove the last commit I made. So after third time I wanted to
make a record of it so I can refer to it later.
If you have committed junk but not pushed,
git reset --soft HEAD~1
HEAD~1 is a shorthand for the commit before head. Alternatively you
can refer to the SHA-1 of the hash you want to reset to. –soft
option will delete the commit but it will leave all your changed
files “Changes to be committed”, as git status would put it.
If you want to get rid of any changes to tracked files in the
working tree since the commit before head use –hard instead.
Now if you already pushed and someone pulled which is usually my case,
you can’t use git reset. You can however do a git revert,
git revert HEAD
This will create a new commit that reverses everything introduced by the