I’ve been committing versions of my code through VS Code and want to revert to a previous version using GitHub Desktop. As I understand it I have to “Revert this commit” from History and then recommit it?
I’ve tried doing this. The app first warns me about committing a conflicted file and then I get a “Commit failed - exit code 1 received” error. I googled the error and apparently this can happen if there are nested repositories. I had initially created a copy of the repo inside the original repo as recommended on a site I’d read. When I couldn’t see a use for it I deleted it using file explorer and it doesn’t show up at all when I select “Repository list”.
Any ideas on where I go from here?