On Fri, 6 Jul 2012 05:07:16 -0700 (PDT)
lem torov <ulem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> As do understand git copies all files into .git/objects folder and
> all this files compressed so i cant use grep to find files which i
> need. if there tools to view tree of commits and files include losted
> commits so i can recover everything manually. i need at list to find
> one latest build jar file so i can diassembly it and recover my work.
I recommend you to calm down and get hold onto that reflog concept.
You did not lost your work if you did commit it. You just need to
deduce the correct ex-HEAD commit from the `git reflog` output of your
By the way, if you need a quick assistance consider joining the Git's
IRC channel--chances are good there will be someone to help you
through the recovery process.
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