Git repo commits re-done?

Phil Mayers p.mayers at
Tue Oct 25 15:10:18 CEST 2011

On 25/10/11 13:21, Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote:

> Simple way:
> git checkout master
> git reset --hard c45d143ca34064677d5212697cf061270e031262
> git pull
> You probably did a git pull between a rebase. Alan's fault not yours ;)

Ah I was wondering.

> With the above you'll lose any local commits on master that haven't been pulled upstream.

I also had to "git push --force" to get the remote to rewind.

Presumably this will also break any branches I made off my (old) master, 
but since they're all tiny 1-patch branches, I don't think I care.

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