On Wed, Jan 06, 2010 at 06:34:37AM -0800, Trans wrote:
> I am using github. So I have my own fork. So it's more involved then
> that. I would have to delete my fork, then refork it and then reclone
> it. I was hoping for a simple way to update my repo without having to
> do all that.
Correction: (2.d) in my reply should read as
"Re-write matching branches in your forked remote repository using
`git push ...` with the "-f" command-line option."

The idea is that after you have replaced your local branches with
the branches from the newly added remote repository, you'll have
you "hard reset" these branches in your original remote repository
(which contains "the fork").

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