On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 12:22:50PM -0800, Mark Liversedge wrote:

> If this is easy peasy then my apologies. is it possible to reset a
> tracking branch to its origin without affecting other local branches?
> 
> i.e.
> $ git checkout mybranch
> $ git reset --hard origin mybranch
I assume you really meant 
$ git reset --hard origin/mybranch
did you?

If so, your sequence would only reset "mybranch" and only it.
git-reset is incapable of resetting anything other than HEAD.

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