Firstly thank you very much, this seems to make sense... however...

my concern is that I then push to a remote server... when I try to
push master to the remote server, is it going to freak out on me?

Is there a command I'll have to do to say "shut up and just take
it"... I realize this kinda defeats the purpose of Git, but at this
point.. it's going to be the faster solution.

Thanks


On Jun 16, 2:27 pm, Mark Thalman <mat.li...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Try:
> #Move to the correct branch
> git checkout development
>
> # Delete the master branch by replacing development with master
> git branch -M development master
>
> Of course, you should try this on a test repo first.
>
> Good Luck.
>
> On Jun 16, 2009, at 2:06 PM, sw0rdfish wrote:
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> > I'm having a heck of a time finding the answer to what I assume is a
> > simple question...
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> > your help is appreciated...
>
> > I have two branches....  master and development...
>
> > I want the development branch to become the master branch....  I went
> > about changes the wrong way and over a 3 week period made changes to
> > master, and then mimicked them in development... stupid I know... so I
> > don't care about a merge, I just want to make the development branch
> > the master....
>
> > How would I do this?  Thanks in advance!
>
>   -mark
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