I needed to go back in time (a few weeks) for just one subtree of my
git repository (in order to get rid of some recent changes that were
no longer wanted).  I did the following:

   git checkout <tree-ish> <subtree>

At first glance, this seemed to do the right thing: the files in the
subtree were as expected, and the rest of the repository was
unchanged.  I then made some changes in the subtree, did a typical
commit, made a few more changes elsewhere in the repository, etc.

However, I eventually noticed that "master" was still set at the same
place before I performed the previously mentioned checkout.  How can I
fix this?  I want "master" to point to the same place as HEAD.


-- jeff

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