Git is an amazing version control tool. But like anything else, it has it’s clunky sides. One of them is the undo of some operations, such as merges. It is possible, but it’s not trivial. And that’s the reason for projects like gitjk to exist.
GitHub however has been known for smoothing down the edges of git, making it easier and more fun to use. Today, they’ve introduced yet another change that is very welcome – a Revert button.
When pressed, it will help you to create a Pull Request that reverts the changes in question. Brilliant, just brilliant!