Thanks Rémi, you saved me a lot time.

I thought, if I do "git reflog" and it displays all changes I did, it will 
roll back through all changes & branches.

After your answer everything become clear.
However, I think the best implementation would be to work like I proposed 
to work.

Thanks very much!

2015. június 10., szerda 17:04:44 UTC+2 időpontban Rémi Rampin a következőt 
> 2015-06-09 15:55 GMT-04:00 Konrád Lőrinczi < 
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>> I did a few git rebase interactive between branches, but when I use git 
>> reflog & git reset --hard HEAD@{N} I can not get the same branch hierarchy 
>> as it was before.
>> git reflog
>> git reset --hard HEAD@{14}
> Hi,
> You seem to be confused as to what git reset --hard does -- it doesn't 
> reset your whole repository, it moves a single branch head to a different 
> commit.
> You will have to consult the reflog of each branch (git reflog local_dev), 
> and reset that branch to the correct point (git checkout local_dev; git 
> reset --hard local_dev@{N}).
> Good luck
> -- 
> Rémi Rampin

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