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    Autogit Command Rollback

    A command for rolling back the history to that of the origin and discarding local changes.

    This command is quite useful when developing other commands or plugins. You can test them, and if they don't work properly you can just roll back.

    Install

    npm install --save autogit-command-rollback

    Usage

    Options

    This command uses the following options object:

    {
      remote: 'origin', // Resetting history up to the last commit present in this remote
      rollback: { // Things to roll back
        workingTree: true, // Discard all local changes
        history: true // Discard all new commits compared to the remote
      },
      force: false // Don't ask for confirmation
    }

    Configuration

    Add this command to your configuration:

    const rollback = require ( 'autogit-command-rollback' );
     
    module.exports = {
      commands: {
        'rollback': rollback (),
        'rollback-tree': rollback ({
          rollback: {
            workingTree: true
            history: false
          }
        })
      }
    }

    CLI

    Call it from the CLI with:

    autogit rollback
    autogit rollback-tree

    License

    MIT © Fabio Spampinato

    Install

    npm i autogit-command-rollback

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    Version

    1.0.2

    License

    MIT

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