Git Revert Tutorial

Git revert can be used to revert a file (change a file) back to a previous state. Git provides us with a powerful mechanism to change the contents of a file back to a previous version. There are many times when someone may accidentally commit a file into the project repository however it is entirely possible to revert a file back to a previous version through some simple commands.

Git Revert Video Tutorial

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It is always advised to be careful when committing files into a git repository as you don’t want to spend any time reverting but note that given a mistake is made then we can revert very easily. Also note that we may want to revert due to design or principle changes.

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Mo

I am a passionate tester, father, husband and gamer. I love to upload videos on my YouTube channel, write blogs about Software Testing and generally contribute back to the Software Testing world.

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