reset to commit in source tree

i have done a commit, and i don't want to push few changes in the commit to bitbucket.

can i do the reset to commit for selected changes in the commit?


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First, make a backup of your working copy to prevent risk of losing changes.

Then, right-click on the previous commit, and choose "Reset...", and in the popup, choose "Mixed". This will remove any later commits from your branch, but will keep all of the changes from those commits in your working copy. You can then re-commit whichever changes you are ready to push, then push, then decide what to do with any remaining changes.

Make sure the commit you reset to isn't any older than the latest commit on the remote version of the branch.

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