In the past, if I wanted to remove a function, I would delete it selectively, annotate it selectively, and then view and compare it logically. Every time, after changing these, I always feel so tired!!! Then I found a very powerful function of GIT:RollBACK 。 Of course, I still like to call it:Version fallback。
1. git log
If you dislike that the output information is disorderly, add–pretty=onelineGive it a try!
2. git reset –hard id
- Definition: returns to the specified version according to the ID;
We have seen all the submitted information according to the GIT log command. In this article, I will go back toPersonal module modification package introduction sequenceVersion, i.ecommit id7222c8f6be2d663982faa98dffe2647966b438b1;
3. git push origin HEAD –force
- Push to local to remote warehouse: make the remote warehouse code the same as your local version.
At this time, I suddenly found that there was no need to go back. The disappeared code just now had to be found again. Don’t worry, we git are powerful!
4. git reflog
Definition: view the history of command operations
Find what you want**_ Operation ID * *, Still use the above**_ git reset --hard id_**。 As like as two peas, I return to the same version as the first one.