Shell/Bash: git undo last commit Example

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undo commit

# KEEP CHANGES
git reset --soft HEAD~1

# REMOVE CHANGES
git reset --hard HEAD~1

git undo commit

# Uncommit the changes
git reset --soft HEAD~1

# Completely delete the changes
git reset --hard HEAD~1

git undo last commit

$ git reset --soft HEAD~1

git undo last commit

# Undo last commit.
# --soft flag makes sure that the changes in undone revisions are preserved.
# You'll find the changes as uncommitted local modifications in your working copy.
git reset --soft HEAD~1

# If you don't want to keep these changes, simply use the --hard flag.
# This will completely remove the changes.
git reset --hard HEAD~1

git undo last commit

git reset --soft HEAD~1

git undo last commit

$ git reset --soft HEAD~1



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