# create a new branch from the current state of master git branch some-new-branch-name # this is were your commit will live :)
# now go back to master git checkout master # remove the commit from the master branch git reset HEAD~ --hard # whoola!! you are back on track
the other way of doing this:
# undo the last commit, but leave the changes available git reset HEAD~ --soft git stash # move to the correct branch git checkout name-of-the-correct-branch git stash pop git add . # or add individual files git commit -m "your message here" # now your changes are on the correct branch
Many people suggest using cherry-pick for this situation, too, so take your pick on whatever makes the most sense to you!
yet another way:
Originally Posted On: OhShitGit
git checkout name-of-the-correct-branch # grab the last commit to master git cherry-pick master # delete it from master git checkout master git reset HEAD~ --hard