Op 03-10-12 18:40, Phil Hord schreef:
But I feel your pain. I think the solution lies in relegating 'reset'
to the plumbing or the power-user realm of commands since I feel it is
quite overloaded and sometimes dangerous. There was a thread some
months back heading in this direction, but I failed to keep it going.
I personally use git reset a lot:
- Try an experiment
- Commit a few commits as the experiment progresses
- figure out that the experiment is a dead end
- git reset all those _local_ commits
The point is: they are local commits, so no harm done.
But there's nothing preventing me from resetting pushed commits too,
which would mean harm.
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