As a part of Git restoring series, today we are going to look at how to restore a deleted Git commit. Without further ado follow the steps as described below.
Step 1. List all commits:
Once you find the commit SHA1 you have two options. Checkout or cherry-pick the commit. I would suggest the former one.
Step 2. Checkout the commit:
git checkout <commit-SHA1>
or, optionally cherry-pick it:
git cherry-pick <commit-SHA1>
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