> From: Johannes Müller <dersinndesleb...@gmx.net>
> I tried thinking of a way to prevent accidental deletion by git reset
> --hard command, as I recently faced such a problem. How can you write a
> wrapper replacing the command, so that it first does something like the
> following? It should create a new branch backup with all changes before
> resetting.
> current_branch = git command
> git checkout -b backup_`date`
> git add -A && git commit -m "backup before git reset --hard"
> git checkout $current_branch
> actual git reset --hard command

That seems to be the normal way things like this are done in Git.  But
usually, the backup branch seems to be put in
refs/original/<full_ref_name_of_branch>, e.g.,


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