See also githooks.
Aug 10, I thought that git checkout followed by the hash of the commit would replace my current code with the code of the commit. This didn't work and I get now a message which says Nothing to commit, working tree clean.
Sep 21, The “nothing to commit, working directory clean” message tells us all of the changes we have made to a Git repository are committed.
This means the current state of our project folder is exactly the same as that of the last commit. When you add, remove, or Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Aug 02, Here are the steps which I followed: git init. git remote add bushfelling.bar git pull origin master.
git add test. git commit -m"Adding file for test purposes only." git status [On branch master - nothing to commit, working. Sep 28, You can do that by reading the desired target into the index and asking for the working tree to be updated to match. Make sure your index and working tree are clean by doing a git status and verifying that it says “Nothing to commit, working tree clean.” And then do this: git read-tree -mu A This makes the index and working tree match the tree from commit A.
(If your working tree and index are not clean before doing this, the results will be merged Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Decide not to merge. The only clean-ups you need are to reset the index file to the HEAD commit to reverse 2. and to clean up working tree changes made by 2. and 3.; git merge --abort can be used for this. Resolve the conflicts. Git will mark the conflicts in the working tree. Edit the files into shape and git add them to the index.
Save my commit messages: git log > /tmp/log. Save my working tree: mkdir /tmp/backup && cp -a all_my files_and_directories /tmp/backup. Revert to master: git checkout clear tree sap vector. Remove all the working files and directories: rm Use the backup: cp -a /tmp/backup/. git add and git commit using messages from saved /tmp/log, maybe repeating it with different sub-sets of files.
Aug 03, If you would prefer to skip this patch, instead run"git rebase --skip". To check out the original branch and stop rebasing run"git rebase --abort". foo:/opt/bar git add -A foo:/opt/bar git status # Not currently on any branch. nothing to commit (working directory clean) foo:/opt/bar git rebase --continue Applying: Subscription logging added.