When you work with a versioning system like Git or Subversion, you'll sometimes commit stuff and notice right after you did so that your commit is, well... garbage.
Maybe because you forgot something, or maybe because your commit message needs some extra work... Stuff like that happens.
I'd like to share a handy command with my fellow GIT users. If you haven't pushed your code, you still can easily remove your last commit, without losing your changes.
git reset --soft HEAD~1
HEAD~1 is a shorthand for the commit right before the HEAD. So when you execute this
git reset command, your last commit gets removed. Your changes however, are not. This means you can easily re-stage your changes and commit them properly! Rejoice!
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