On Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 4:07 PM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
>> I hope I can recover these changes from backups - if not I've lost
>> quite a bit of work.
> First of all, no matter how much you rebase around, Git will not throw away
> old history in a repository.
No doubt that is true, but I just didn't have the time to mess around
with this. This is a very active project for a client and I had to
forge ahead. I was able to get most of my changes from backup and I
only lost work from that morning, which I was easily able to recreate.
> Have a good look through the reflog to find
> your last known stable point, and then do a git reset --hard to this point.
> Read this: http://effectif.com/git/recovering-lost-git-commits
Thanks. This looks useful - I'll save it for future reference (which I
hope I'll never need ;-)
> Now, going back to the original idea, using git rebase --interactive, you
> better read up on how it works a bit before you try again.
Wish I had read that before. I did read the man page, but it wasn't
all that helpful
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