It seems that someone should write "Kernel hacker's guide to
git"... Documentation/git.txt seems like good place. I guess I'll do

> > just plain vanilla" without rm -rf?
> git cancel will give you "plain last commit". If you need plain vanilla,
> the "hard way" now is to just do
>       commit-id >.git/HEAD
> but your current HEAD will be lost forever. Or do
>       git fork vanilla ~/vanilla linus
> and you will have the vanilla tree tracking linus in ~/vanilla.

Ok, thanks.

> I'm not yet sure if we should have some Cogito interface for doing this
> and what its semantics should be.

What is Cogito, BTW?

> > I see quite a lot of problems with fsck-tree. Is that normal?
> > (I ran out of disk space few times during different operations...)
> Actually, in case your tree is older than about two days, I hope you did
> the convert-cache magic or fetched a fresh tree?

No, I did not anything like that. I guess it is rm -rf time, then...

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