Konstantin Khomoutov <flatw...@users.sourceforge.net> writes:
> git log --reverse
> should help.
OK, that means that
git reset --hard $( git log --reverse --pretty=tformat:%H | head -1 )
will reset the HEAD branch, the index, and the working directory to the
"first" commit on the HEAD branch.
But you should first think through that that is what you really want to
do, i.e., to go back to that particular state of things and throw away
all changes after that.
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