It’s important to know how to revert a commit, because sometimes you accidentally commit strait to master.
If you caught yourself before pushing upstream, you’re good. Just
git checkout -b temporary git branch -D master git checkout master
This assuming it automatically pulls master back down from upstream, which is my default setup.
If you did push upstream, you’ll basically want to create a commit that reverts the latest commit. Hopefully it’s only one commit.
git format-patch -1 HEAD git apply [newly_created_patch_name] -R