On 09/20/2016 04:51 PM, Alois Z. wrote:
Going back into the history is bad and very dangerous. I'm not even sure
if Eclipse Git repo allow such non-fast-forward changes.
Did you consider creating a revert commit instead? It would add a "fix
commit" that would restore your code in its initial state, without any
sort of risk related to overriding history and loosing hundreds of hours
not sure if this is a question for incubation but as I'm rather new to
git and git on Eclipse I thought it could be a good place.
As described in the subject my problem is that I was a little to quick
in gerrit and added a commit to the master branch which should have
gone to another branch. In the meantime I was able to cherry pick the
commit to the intended branch but I'm not able to delete it from my
master branch on the remote git repo @ eclipse.org. I know that this
is in general bad but it would really help me if I could delete the
last commit on my master branch.
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