I was just reading the post below and I had a question I was hoping someone would know the answer to.
How to revert a merge commit that's already pushed to remote branch?
So I know that I can completely revert a merge commit from my master by specifying its parent branch in the git revert -m command. My question is can I revert a single commit from that merged branch rather than the entire branch.
For example I branch from master to feature_1 branch. I make 14 commits on the feature_1 branch and merge back to my master, which I then push.
How would I go about removing commit 7 of the merged branch from the master while leaving the other 13 in the master. Hopefully its possible and thanks in advance for any replies or comments.
Step 1: Identify the
<sha1> of the commit you'd like to revert.
Step 2: Do this on the master branch:
$ git revert <sha1>
That will create a new commit that revert the commit identified by