git tag -d _tagName_ git push origin :refs/tags/_tagName_
“Revert” reverts any public commits done on the repository (current branch).
Revert Commit(s) from the history by generating another commit that reverses the impact of the commit that you are trying to revert.
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git commit -m "changes that will be reverted" git revert HEAD # newset commit points to previous commit git revert HEAD~2 # newset commit points to the commit 2 commits ago
Revert all unstaged changes
git checkout -- . # . = all changed files
Reset CHANGES the history, whereas revert ADDS to the history. BEWARE! Is designed only for local changes
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# Create a new file called `foo.java` and add some code to it
# Commit it to the project history git add foo.js git commit -m "Start developing a crazy feature"
# Edit `foo.js` again and change some other tracked files, too
# Commit another snapshot git commit -a -m "Continue my crazy feature"
# Decide to scrap the feature and remove the associated commits git reset --hard HEAD~2
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