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Mini Git Tip

If you have done work and you have commited locally to your repository, only to find that what you have done is rubbish and irrelevant (it hurts, but it happens sometimes) and you want to synchronise to the remote, read on.

First of all, please, do not delete all your local files and then reclone the repository.

You may think I am exaggerating, but I've seen many developers do it.

Instead, use this command:

git reset --hard origin/master

to move back to where the remote origin currently is.

Or, if you are being picky about it, by using the following command:

git reset --hard <sha1-hash-goes-here>

you can reset your head to wherever you want to be.

If only this very last function existed in real life as well, that would be nice...

Mon Oct 13th, 19:08:24 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

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