Am Donnerstag 04 Oktober 2012, 10:59:36 schrieb Geoffrey De Smet:

> 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

Hmm, what if you do your experiments on a dedicated branch? Branch deletion is 
"push-save", isn't it?

Bye...

        Dirk
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