Git: Revert one or more commits
Reverting a commit means creating a new commit that undoes the old changes.
Imagine the following commit history:
* commit_sha3 [Story-ID 1] Fixup for my feature * commit_sha2 [Story-ID 5] Other feature * commit_sha1 [Story-ID 1] My feature
You can revert a single commit using the following syntax:
git revert commit_sha2
To revert changes that are split across multiple commits, use the
git revert --no-commit commit_sha3 git revert --no-commit commit_sha1 git commit -m "Revert Story 1"
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