On 12 ноя, 17:09, apm <korja...@gmail.com> wrote:

> > The simple answer: you can't really modify origin/master locally.
> > Jeffrey
To further augment what Jeffrey said --
if you don't want the wrongly committed changes to get lost,
then, while on that detached HEAD, do
  git tag mywork
to tag the commit at that detached HEAD, then go back
to your real tree, say, by
  git checkout master
and see what changes your tree misses compared to that
wrongly started line of development:
  git log ..mywork
Now you have a list of commits which you want to appear
in your working branch. To do this, just do
  git merge mywork
followed by
  git tag -d mywork
(to get rid of now useless tag).

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