Installing wp-cli with 2 command:
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wp-cli/wp-cli/master/utils/wp-completion.bash -O ~/wp-completion.bash -q
echo "source $HOME/wp-completion.bash" >> ~/.bashrc
And logout then login again for it to take effect.
On older versions (below 1.5 I think) it will only show an update is available, not to which number it will update.
# Full path to file
echo "$(cd "$(dirname "$0")"; pwd)/$(basename "$0")"
# Full path of the directory the file is in with trailing slash
echo "$( cd "$(dirname "$0")" ; pwd -P )/"
# current directory name, not the path
So I made a booboo and already pushed a merge commit.
The merged branch had a few commits that where not ready for develop.
After reverting the merge one commit needed to be reapplied.
But a merge wont work, because it already is merged (and reverted).
What you can do is a cherry pick.
How I created the problem
git merge branch
git push origin develop
Here there was no way back, accept rebasing but that’s also not very easy.
How I solved it.
git revert eaf8c471 -m2
git cherry-pick fa9a6b0
Cherry pick just straight up applies the changes made in the files.
Where a merge applies the git changes.
Keep in mind this will only help if you need a handfull of commits reapplied. Otherwise you will need to find an otherway.
Or cherry pick a lot…