On Mon, 1 Aug 2005, Matthias Urlichs wrote:
> Hi, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> >     git checkout -f master
> >     git-rev-parse master > .git/refs/heads/merge-branch
> > 
> >     #
> >     # Switch to it, always leaving "master" untouched
> >     #
> >     git checkout -f merge-branch
> Isn't that equivalent to (but slower than)
>     git checkout -f -b merge-branch master


If you had a previous merge-branch (because something went wrong last 
time, and you just re-start the whole thing), you really want to _first_ 
force the branch to "master", and then create the new merge-branch.

Also, the last "git checkout -f merge-branch" will be pretty much zero
time, because the stuff is already at the right point, so it will
basically end up just re-doing the symlink.

So I did it that strange way for a reason.

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