Hello,

you will need to reset the branch: git reset SHA

Best,
Gergely
On 28 Sep 2015 05:27, "Raghu K" <raka...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Using some online code I have created a python tool that outputs fancy
> status for any given directory if
> a pull is needed, push is needed or commit is needed.
>
> I am writing unit tests for each of these statuses. In order to write the
> unit test (without new pushed changes) for a pull status I would like to
> checkout
>  a repo and set it to a earlier state so that when I run the tool it would
> show "a pull is needed" status.
>
> How to revert a repository to a older commit so that : git log HEAD..
> origin/master --oneline
>
> will show that there are incoming changes ?
>
> I tried doing git checkout SHA  but that puts it into Detached  state.
> Please, suggest.
>
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