How to Change Git Commit Message Before Push - TechvBlogs

How to Change Git Commit Message Before Push

Learn the art of refining your Git commit history by mastering the technique of changing commit messages before pushing. Explore step-by-step guidance for maintaining a clean and organized version history in your projects.


Smit Pipaliya - Author - TechvBlogs
Smit Pipaliya
 

2 months ago

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I am going to provide an example of changing a Git commit message before pushing. If you want to learn how to change a Git commit message before push, you are in the right place. Here, you will discover how to update a Git commit message before pushing. I will guide you through the process of changing a Git commit comment before pushing.

Sometimes, you may have added code with a commit, but later realized that the commit message is incorrect. If you want to change the Git commit message, you can use the git commit --amend command. This allows you to amend the last commit and modify its message.

let's see below commands:

Clone Git Repository(Optional):

If you are new and haven't created or cloned a GitHub repository yet, you can follow the tutorial below:

Github Create or Clone Git Repository

Change Git Commit Message Before Push:

You can use the following commands:

git commit --amend -m "updated commit message"
  
git commit --amend

Thank you for reading this guide!

 

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