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Revert Merge in Git

by Avalon Studios

Given that the master branch is protected and direct pushes are not allowed, a common workflow involves creating a new branch, reverting the merge commit there, and then creating a pull request (PR) to merge those changes back into master. Let's go through this process with a practical example. Step 1: Create a New Branch First, ensure your local master…