Answers for "git reset HEAD~"


git reset head

$ git reset --hard HEAD       (going back to HEAD)

$ git reset --hard HEAD^      (going back to the commit before HEAD)
$ git reset --hard HEAD~1     (equivalent to "^")

$ git reset --hard HEAD~2     (going back two commits before HEAD)
Posted by: Guest on June-16-2021

git reset head

git reset --hard HEAD
Posted by: Guest on May-12-2020

undo git reset HEAD~1

# if you would like to move back the head by one position you could do:
git reset HEAD~

# if you want to move multiple positions at once e.g 3 times back type: 
git reset [email protected]{3}
Posted by: Guest on September-01-2020

git reset head

sudo git reset --hard Head
Posted by: Guest on December-09-2020

git reset

git reset --soft HEAD~3
git commit
git push —force-with-lease origin
Posted by: Guest on June-23-2020

git reset hard

git reset --hard f414f31
git reset --soft [email protected]{1}
git commit -m "Reverting to the state of the project at f414f31"
Posted by: Guest on April-28-2020

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