5, Feb 2023
How to merge a specific commit in Git in python
You can use the
gitpython library to perform Git operations in Python, including merging a specific commit. Here’s an example of how to merge a specific commit:
import git repo_path = "/path/to/your/repository" commit_hash = "commit_hash_to_be_merged" repo = git.Repo(repo_path) commit = repo.commit(commit_hash) # Checkout to the branch where you want to merge the commit branch = repo.active_branch branch.checkout() # Merge the specific commit repo.git.merge(commit) # Push the changes to remote repository repo.remotes.origin.push()
Note that you need to have the
gitpython library installed. You can install it by running
pip install gitpython.