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How can I delete commits? Edited

So I accidently named a commit not the way I should, and now I'm having all sorts of issues trying to delete it. I'll link a picture where I highlight what is bothering me.

I'm kinda new to all this sourcetree stuff, so can anybody help me to figure out how to delete (if possible) this stuff off my repo?

Also because of these commits I'm not being able to push my new commits to the remote repo, so as soon as somebody can answer the better.


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I have had to do this before. Rough steps are to:

  1. Reset Current branch to this commit (Choose your  commit point wisely)
    1. Select Soft if you want to keep the changes
    2. Select Hard if you want to really undo the commit
  2. Re-commit your code with the proper name.

You may have to rebase if you run into push issues.

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