I think the best way to get more efficient with using Git is to simply
start using a GUI. Then these operations are all just a matter of a few
clicks.

I use SmartGit myself. some others are listed here
http://git-scm.com/downloads/guis



On Oct 24, 2012, at 11:33, Gabriel Lau <gabriels...@yahoo.com.br> wrote:

I was just trying to see if there was any way to automate the process,
because I still haven't mastered git.

But the command you told me already helped me a lot and saved me a lot of
unnecessary work, since I wanted to just switch between versions of a
project that was in production server.

No need to heat up over the head with it, thank you very much for your
help. ;)

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